Husa Via Barcelona
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... extremely efficient- the longest we
had to wait was 3 minutes. There was also diagonally travelling elevators at the main station, like
in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory! We quickly left our things in the room
and caught the metro to the Espanya stop, so that we could see the Magic Fountain
of Montjuic. We were lucky that we were there for a public holiday, otherwise
the fountain would not have been going. It reminded me of the “World of Colour”
... ride in, very crowded, I guess everyone had the same idea as me (and its cheap so thats a plus).
25 minutes later, arrive at the Passeig de Gracia train stop. Head out of the train station and walk up the high-end Passieg de Gracia (basically the Barcelona equivalent of 5th avenue or the Champs Elysees) and find my hotel, a modern looking building amidst the modernisme architecture of the area. Drop my stuff off, decent room with a ...
- Beach day down at Barceloneta
- Tapas and beer in the Gothic Quarter, revisiting some
delicious paella at a locale we dined at 3 years ago with our friends the
- One final swing through La Boqueria right before closing time
- Packing for our departure to ...
... water and went for a swim while I did some people watching. After we packed up and checked out we headed back to the beach for lunch. We were sad to leave Collioure. It was nice to have some down time and a change of pace from touring hill towns.
In the afternoon we had a high-speed train ride to Barcelona and arrived at about 4:30. Our friend Tamsen was waiting for ...
... greed were central parts of real estate and Barcelonan development. Mendoza made this apparent and absolutely alluded to its onset preceding the 1992 Olympic games and how the growth of the city has often come at a great cost to its own residents.
As we saw walking the streets of Barcelona, some of the buildings and original ideas of Cerda’s work were falling into disrepair or non-existent. The greed and capitalistic nature ...