Silken St. Gervasi Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... much they changed the city with the rebuilding that took place at that time. It seems they knocked down much of the old fishing area near the water to build the Olympic venues and accommodation. We saw the stadiums, accommodation, the Ramblas, Columbus's statue, but dominating it all were the Gaudi buildings. The still unfinished cathedral to me is a nightmare, but Richard loved it. I doubt if they will ever finish it it is so detailed. It was a circus around the cathedral so there was ...
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Two days was not enough time to see all that Barcelona has to offer. I can't wait to return one day to find more hidden gems and to visit other Spanish cities!
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... so awesome; it's going to be so weird when these four months are over and I don't get to see them everyday.
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