AC Hotel Victoria Suites by Marriott
Travel Blogs from Barcelona
... We tracked our room down at the end of a hallway...and the key didn't work. The green light was blinking as we pulled out the card, but the door would not open. Really?! The inappropriate words that were screaming in my head as I thought about heading down a flight of stairs, turning left, going to the end of the hallway, turning right, going down a half a flight, turning right, going to the elevators and taking a left to get to the stairs to go ...
... Familia was simply amazing. I was in pure awe of the building, which was still under construction. Every single part of the building has a biblical meaning or represents something from the bible. Everywhere we looked, there was something new and the detail was very impressive. It was also very nice to be able to appreciate the purpose of the building as they had areas set aside for prayer, one which was even directly in front of a tabernacle. Sometimes I wonder ...
... home with a loaf of Pan Rustico that was still warm, some thin bread sticks and a whole heap of mini-croissants filled with chocolate. And well over an hour later we came back with the bread! We were supposed to do a walking tour of Gaudi architecture, but the tour guide didn't show up. So we went ourselves with the guide book. We found many things before seeing any of Gaudi 's work. First by chance we entered the Biblioteca Catalana, the large walls and doors hide ...
... We had a look in the shop first then went in search of the ticket office to have a look around the stadium. Unfortunately, because there was a match that evening, the tours were not running but we were able to get tickets to go into the museum so we did!
The museum was actually really cool with lots of different interesting things in there, a lot of history about the club, trophies etc and even better, they ...
... up La Rambla (main tourist street in Barcelona) towards stop 1 for the hop on hop off tour bus. Tickets purchased and we took the green route, eastern side.
The beach of Barcelona looked very inviting with a great promenade to walk along, the promenade itself was designed and built during the first part of the 20th Century and extended when the Olympics came to town in 1992. Since then Barcelona has continued to join the many beaches together to form a ...
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