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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... style buildings. The waterfront area is attractive with a long wide foot bridge and a large marina. It has a gondola rude from the hills with tall distinctive lighthouse looking towers. A bit more distant a building that looks like the Burj Al Arab in Dubai with a large letter W on it. This area has obviously had a lot of public investment in it. We also noted a lot of seating, unlike the Italian cities. We strolled back and next to our hotel watched a gathering and ...
... living room and we were the only guests. The service and food were fantastico and we now like Catalonia food.
Our neighborhood is full of shops of all kinds and many cafes and restaurants that were busy when we were heading home. Susan lamented that she did not have enough money or room in her suitcase to buy many things.
We were happy to be back at our flat by 9:30 PM and very tired from a busy ...
... but we did think it was very expensive for tapas which were already displayed on the window and all they had to do is reheat it in the microwave and a glass of fanta almost cost more than a pint which we found pretty ridiculous.
I know we are in Barcelona but the prices were over exaggerated compared to other places near by.
The total bill came to £75.90 glad we came to that restaurant on ...
... a few snippets of what we learned on our free walking tour. Barcelona is in the Catalan Region of Spain and has its own language, history and culture. The Catalans have been the underdogs of Spain for centuries. Whenever there was a war to be fought they ended up supporting the wrong side and never managed to win their independence. The language was outlawed at various points in history but now children learn Catalan as well as Spanish in school. They are a ...
... floods and many millennia after evaporation of an inland sea. The mountains have a magic of their own & we rode in the funicular from 800 to 1000 metres above sea level. This gave us a view over the valley from the highest point which would have been even more amazing if it wasn't so dizzy! Shared a delicious grilled chicken, bacon & cheese baguette with mayo & I ended up with two large pots of beer, one of which was lemon flavoured! Bought this for ...