Tryp Barcelona Aeropuerto
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Russian TV Channels Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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The hotel was nice and comfortable lovely room nice and quiet too. Just couldn't get any good connection with the Wifi :(
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It was a cool day in Barcelona, but perfect for touring about on foot! We began the day with the hote'ls yummy breakfast...lots of fruits and breads, plus ham and cheeses and coffee that packed the punch we both needed. By 9 we were out the door headed back to the cathedral. Groups of school kids on field trips were everywhere! The church is dedicated to St. Eulalia, who died at 13 and suffered 13 torments. There are always ...
... on the walk home. I had to blow dry my chucks dry.
The next day we hit some Gaudi sites and a chocolate museum. I couldn't get over how amazing Gaudi's buildings were. Just spectacular and I don't use that word often. The chocolate museum was just a bunch of chocolate sculptures on display but the cafe at the end was heaven. We had some straight up liquid chocolate that I swear made me crazy for a while. We ventured down ...
... bought a jacket and a new wallet. Nothing for Steph :( On our last day we woke up to amazing weather, so back to the beach it was. It's been a really nice temperature. It's warm enough to lie on the beach for hours but not so warm you get all hot and sweaty. Perfect! We had a picnic on the beach and watched the world go by. There were some people in the water with this crazy hover board thing. It was quite amusing watching them try to get the hang of it! After ...
I ate octopus today. It tasted god awful. Like sea jerky. There were tentacles on it and everything. I feel like I would like it much better if it were fried. 'Murica. It went along with the rest of the lunch of traditional Tapas (like a bunch of appetizers) my friend and I had today. We also ate patatas bravas (kind of like fries with a spicy, sauce on top of them), croquetas (a traditional Spanish ...