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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews NH Belagua Barcelona
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... is naturally lit due to "the box of light" and all the stained glass windows on the walls. There were metal chandeliers made to look like rings with flowers on them. There were also railings that had a spiral design at the ends which were in the shape of a treble clef. There was tile work everywhere - on the pillars, ceilings, floors, etc. The organ is original to the building's construction from 1908, but it's been rewired ...
... br> walked back and all crashed into bed! About 7.30pm. Which is about what time I usually go to bed!
Its now 4am and the girls are still putting in some horizontal hours so I am having a cup of tea and talking to all of you. I will attach some photos of our little adventure out last night.
Lots ts of love Xxxx
... overlooking all of Barcelona. After our hike we went to dinner at a great mediterranean food restaurant and then met Coley and her friends for sangria at L'ovella Negra and ended the night dancing at Opium.
Saturday: Coley and I went to Bo De B and then wandered all around and walked to Sagrada Familia and walked around Las Ramblas. We then went together to get our noses pierced! Then we got drinks on the beach, ...
... shop owner, she was Bolivian and her family also worked with her. We began talking and she was so sweet. Before we left I had the idea to leave my bag in her store so we could all run. Allie asked for us in Spanish and Celia said of course. I couldn't believe it! Now we would truly be able to experience all that San Fermin has to offer! We left everything we brought with her in her store and off we went. We found this really cool club ...
... area had a GDP amounting to $177 billion, equivalent to $34,821 in per capita terms (44% more than the EU average) making it the 4th economically powerful city by GDP in the European Union and 35th in the world in 2009. Barcelona city had a very high GDP of €80,894 per head in 2004, according to Eurostat. Furthermore, Barcelona was Europe's fourth best business city and fastest improving European city, with growth improved by 17% per year as of 2009. ...