Silken St. Gervasi Hotel
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- Pets allowed
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... The next morning we were to travel by train to the airport to catch our flight to Marseilles France.
After a confusing combination of metro and trains and buses we made it to the airport just in the nick of time to find out that our flight had been canceled. We had the option to take another flight (that didn’t leave until 4:30pm), we could take a refund (we did not want to stay in Barcelona any longer), or take the complimentary bus ride (for 5 hours). Leah and ...
... the beach and expect them to be there when you get back. So we skipped the swimming and instead enjoyed bathing under the permanent yellow beach umbrellas.
On the way to the beach we stopped in at the Museo d'Historia de Catalunya (the museum of Catalan history). Then later in the afternoon we visited the Picasso museum. The line to get in to the Picasso museum was long and our feet were aching, but it was totally worth the wait! The ...
During the discussion we realize the crowds are here for the big celebration of the official start of summer: Barcelona’s fire festival – get ready for Sant Joan 2013. Anu says that a few years ago one of her guests called up in the night during the festival and said she was leaving immediately, wasn't warned ahead of time about the festivities and fireworks, etc. About that time, we hear the fist of many big "booms" and I start to get a ...
... ve been listening to me ***** about Visi's cooking, is A MASSIVE AMOUNT.
The actual sights of Barcelona are phenomenal as well, and totally different from anything I'd seen before. Gaudi's architecture is everywhere, making the entire city look like one giant acid trip, and the fact that it's situated right next to the sea makes it about 1000x prettier. There are castles and cathedrals, of course, cause this is Europe, after all. ...
... as it was yesterday. La Plaza Catalunya was also filled with a lot more people today. People gathered around to feed the hundreds of pigeons, letting them eat right out of their hands. Sebastian of course had to do the same. He fed them, he ran into them. There were street vendors and street artists making their presence known. Tons of tourists everywhere buying into their antics. Every conversation I eased dropped in was in another language leaving me clueless and minding me to my ...