Ibis Barcelona Castelldefels
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We arrived in port around 6 am and were off the ship by 7:15. They have a system down in Barcelona. We are on a Barcelona City and Momserratt tour. If you are going to Barcelona, I highly recommend Barcelona Day Tours. Our guide, Anna, was a book of information on history, religion, architecture, restaurants, etc Christopher Columbus statue was supposed to be facing America but instead when it was erected, it is facing Italy. Most of inhabitants of Barcelona are Catholic. Only ...
... we tried our hardest with our Spanish, and we had a great evening sitting outside and enjoying the sunset. Not to mention a delicious dinner, Logan had squid and I had Dorada, and cheap beer. This was a great way to start our trip in Spain.
Once the sun went down, we walked back to the hotel, stopped by the Lidl to grab a few last minute groceries for our road trip, and headed to bed for a long day of driving.
... br> This was my last day in Barcelona and I certainly wanted to visit the Sagrada Familia Basilica. I found my way there by way of metro....and one note about the metro, its easy to use, but OH My Goodness, its Also Hotter than Hades down there!!!! I had my pre-printed ticket which gets you in fastest...(the night before, I had a hell of a time printing it, but luckily I did. Because the line that morning was at least 1 hour & a 1/2 wait just to get ...
... in front of the airport hall. Then we said goodbye and suddenly found out that their flight from Fez to Paris was finally cancelled (there were some rumors before we left for the airport but we didnīt consider them to be important). Well…we felt really bad, especially because it was their second attempt (they also came the night before by mistake…just confused the date of their flight). They even paid for our taxi…uf! We donīt know what ...
... breads and two free cappuccinos. It was a little embarrassing, and I assured them it was fine. The restaurant I had worked in over the summer in Australia never gave people anything for free, even when they waited over an hour for their meal. Suitably full and happy, I headed back to meet the Germans, but Katha was sleeping and I spent the evening in the hostel common room with Kristoffer drinking ridiculously big glasses of beer that seemed far larger than ...