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TripAdvisor Reviews NH Calderon Barcelona
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... The tapas and beer at, Matea Tapa Bar, were however not a disappointment and it was a great way to finish our first day in Spain. Our second day in Barcelona was once again hot and sunny, in fact we haven't seen a single spot of rain or more than a whisp of a cloud since leaving our New Zealand winter. First up we had skip the line tickets to La Sagrada Famillia, an incredible famous cathedral that is still being built despite construction starting in 1882, ...
... reaching a height of over 50 metres, I think it has 30million tourists a year.
We were to drive through Nimes and past the Roman stadium but due the mornings delay we went straight back to the ship
Next day (another lovely day) was spent at Barcelona with the ship docking within 200m of the CBD. We chose to be bussed out to the Marimurtra Gardens about an hours drive away. These were started about 1920 and ...
... several magnificent art collections, mostly Catalan art, but also Spanish and European art. The collections include: Romanesque Art, Gothic Art, Renaissance and Baroque Art and a superb Modern Art Collection.
The two modern art galleries include works in a range of mediums: sculpture and painting, photography, poster art, cinema, architecture and the decorative arts. Two movements in particular: Modernisme ...
... erotic masseuse who works out of the apartment. The trip was highlighted by Retiro park and the Prado art museum, both of which we saw on Saturday. We took a 7 hour bus there on Friday, and came home in a 6 hour Blablacar on Sunday, which was a little too much movement for one weekend. It doesn't make too much sense to spend two days traveling for one day in a different place. Nonetheless it was awesome to see Ian and get my first taste of Madrid.
Refreshed from a 4 hour "nap", we introduce ourselves to the changed hotel shift gathering as much local knowledge as we need to hit the local streets for dinner. Of course, tapas is the focus and after exploring 3 or 4 blocks we discover a quaint, local tapas bar and decide to try it out. Our young Brazilian waitress is friendly and very helpful. Her English is basic, but we are able to review the menu items with her, ...