How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Conference facilities
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... Would be nice to stay here for the night but we ventured down the hill for our accommodation. We stayed in a nice old school hotel which used to be a bank and a hospital. We had dinner at the hotel this time eating the apparently well known Carcasssonne Caserole which was full of bens, such and pork sausage. It was pretty good. Quite a few of us ended up buying some super cheap booze from the supermarket and hanging out at a fountain across from our hotel. Things got ...
... And the number of people visiting was crazy! I do not remember seeing that many people eyeing for a visit. I guess that’s a good thing, but it really makes you think about the global nature of cities now and international travel. We see it in San Francisco too. Just this summer they had to shut down car traffic through Lombard Street over the weekends. What will this look like in another 10 years?
... was correct. We were hot and exhausted when we reached the summit and learned we were on the same mountain we had been to two days ago when we visited the Nacional Art Museum. If we only planned better! We found some directional signs which seem rare in Spain and found our way to the modernistic building which houses more than 300 paintings, 150 sculptures and nine Miro’textiles. We had read that to appreciate Miro was a spiritual experience and ...
... white wall itself was broken tiles and weaving in and out like waves. Everything was three dimensional. Galdi did not like straight lines or flat surfaces. In the center of the staircase were three separate water structures. The bottom one was the final one and had earth colored rock which was covered in algae and plants. The middle one was a large mosaic "dragon" which basically looked like a big lizard. this dragon had a throng of tourists around it and ...
... down through the columns to an underground cistern. There are a few pictures and a little more here: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/spain/barce lona/sights/parks-gardens/park-guell#ix zz2r95HVtBx It really was a beautiful sight and we both really loved it. We sat in one of the enclaves, sheltered from the light sprinkle of rain and drank our bottle of wine. Although I wished I had visited this colourful masterpiece in the daylight, it was nice to be here, semi alone in the evening. ...