Husa Sant Bernat
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... only big event, and grocery
shopping, hanging my laundry in the courtyard, painting and photo-editing take
up the rest of my energy. I like to leave enough time to digest my experiences, including all the subtle sounds and smells of a place. What a
privilege to be able to take things at my natural pace!
And then there are some activities which wouldn’t likely support my
joy, such as a cocktail party for InterNations, on a hotel terrace. I ...
... open!) but suggested a few places that could be possibilities. I checked them out and wasn't a fan so bought some pasta, parmasen, corn and sauce from the 24 hour shop for 8 euro, and made two nights worth of dinners. I caught up a lot on this blog and then headed to bed around 11pm. The hostel were still playing music quite loudly so I asked ten politely to turn it down. I wasn't sure why no one else had asked this. Lying in bed reading, I felt the hostel vibrate ...
... of art. Although there is quite a hike up local streets with some outdoor escalators, the view at the top is unreal. I didn't pay the 8€ to go see the art work (something to do on my next trip), but I got an equally good view. Then it was a long hike back down the mountain.
Then it was off to my last thing of the day: Montjuic mountain. Another exhausting hike where I was starting to cramp in my calves and build quite a sweat as it was 30 ...
... in the summer than the other seasons. Loving the Spanish! It's so bohemey! I just had to get some for myself.
I'm getting seriously tired and it's almost lunch time...almost 2pm, that is. I break down, I start searching for a suitable place to eat. Found Al Passatore, went for their menu del dia. It was pretty darn good. Food seems to be much better here in Barcelona than my beloved Valencia. Oh, no, is Barcelona warming up to me? It was a lot ...
Couch surfing is a network, much like Facebook, where travelers (aka surfers) can create profiles and state where they are trying to travel. Hosts can also create profiles and offer to allow the surfer to stay on their couch or in their spare bedroom. You can be both a surfer and a host, and both roles allow you to leave reviews on your experiences. So, Leah posted that we were traveling to Barcelona and wanted a place to stay for three days and it would be great ...