Hotel Medium Prisma
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Medium Prisma Barcelona
Great location, nice but small room, good TV channels, and free wifi. Plus, the bus stop that takes you to all the hotspots is literally right out the front door! Sure there are much better places, but for the price you can't beat it.
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... level for the students and I.
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... I've been in Spain( Yes, it was tasty). Next, Park Güell, another of Gaudí's attractions, which covered a massive expanse with incredible architectural beauty and incomparable uniqueness. Shortly after arriving though, a horrendous fit of a storm struck, and trapped my friend and I to a covered patio of sorts. Good thing we had a bottle of wine and a blanket to keep us company! It's always the unexpected that makes for the best memories. While Park Güell could have been an ...
... on the way, and it's El Delfin for dinner. This is another Super Dude recommendation, especially because it has a Danko-friendly terrace, but as there's only me and all my mates, and it's chilly, I have my dinner inside. A yummy paella for one (hard to get) in it's own mini paella pan which I forgot to photograph, and a seriously yummy desert. Those who know me well know I'm don't have a big sweet tooth, ...
... mountain of Tibidabo and took a tram up to a stunning church, a funny little amusement park, more lovely city views, and homes of Catalonian upper class.
After I enjoyed a little much-needed siesta, the three of us took the metro to La Barceloneta, a former fisherman’s village, for paella and wine. We finished dinner Spanish style – at 1:00am!!!! If I keep on Spain’s schedule I may never have to adjust for the time difference! Wake at 11, siesta from 3 ...
In Barcelona, I got caught up on my writing and washed my clothes. And then, I turned my attention to maintaining my New Year's Resolutions.
I wasn't doing so well at keeping them this year. The previous year, in 2011, I'd proudly put "check marks" next to all my fifteen or so resolutions. But in this year, 2012, I'd thus far made eight check marks ... and two dreaded "upside-down arrow marks".
One of the resolutions I'd been unable to ...