Ibis Barcelona Aeropuerto Viladecans
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- Smoking rooms available
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Meal plan
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... had closed. So Marianne and I venture out to the El Born neighborhood to sample some of Spain's famed street conviviality. We don't see whole families out greeting each other, but the sidewalks are full and the terraces very active. On our way, we discover a massive church (which turns out to be Santa Anna del Mar) and wonder if it could possibly be another cathedral. We share a glass of house red at Casa Delfin on the Passeig del Born and truly call it a day around 11:30pm.
... only a word or two in English. Most only spoke Catalan with the odd word of Spanish. Mic and Mel spoke a little Spanish, and Ben also spoke Catalan, his wife Mercedes only spoke Catalan. It didn’t matter we were greeted as if we were long lost friends.
It was almost a step back in time. A man made their tradition dish made with seafood, meat, rice, herbs and I really have no idea what else. This dish is called Paella; it takes over four hours to cook in a very large ...
... hunt some kind of hanging apparatus. I managed to hunt down some pegs in one store and string in another. Finally we reached the beach. It's warm but a little overcast today but it was nice being by the sea and relaxing. On our way back little man was getting a bit stressy and big man wanted churros. So after attempting to sort little mans eyes out and giving him some milk and a clean nappy. Craig ...
... realised it was number 569 not 565 and mum was all astonishment (can you tell I'm reading Austen, Elvin?) as she had seen photos of the hotel in a clean, touristy area and the street we had struggled along was dodgy at best. Alas, it was our hotel and the location turned out to be ideal! We visited the Sagrada Familia which was about a ten minute walk and were mightily impressed and it's quirkiness and originality. We saw some hop on hop off buses that sparked our interest immediately ...
What a wonder we have seen today - Gaudi's Sagrada Familia in all it's glory, even in the gloom, cloudy and a bit drippy but not actually raining. The Wegeners had thoughtfully booked ahead and so we didn't have to join the 500 metre long queue (comprised of most of the rest of the world) but went around the back and were duly admitted at our appointed time. We had a tour with a gorgeous-looking Spanish lady who spoke ...