NH Porta Barcelona
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsNH Porta Barcelona
The hotel was a perfect size and very clean, plus super affordable.
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Today started off at 2:45pm... Yes, we really slept in that late! The jet lag kicked in last night and I was up from 3am till almost 8am tossing and turning. Gabby, however, slept right through, haha! We woke in almost disbelief, saying "So....we're in Spain?!" It is just too crazy to comprehend, which Im sure is what most of this trip will be like …
... hair cuts :) After this, we went out to the most amazing Tapas restaurant - La Flauta (I would recommend to ANYONE who goes to Barcelona). We were lucky to get recommendations from a classmate who lived their for awhile. Kevin's new favorite food was fried baby squid - think Calamari, but wayyy better! We spent a while at dinner - Spaniards like to relax and take your time at dinner - no rush. It was really fun and we met an older couple next to us from the ...
... movement in northeast Spain which for years has been making breakaway noises, although seemingly there is not much fire within the movement at present. And the Basques in northwestern Spain have been making similar separatist claims for decades to no avail.
This photo demonstrates the huge numbers of mopeds in Barcelona, the primary form of transportation. At some stops there are hundreds parked along the street. On ...
... So we searched out the best view of all this form the top of the funicular that takes you to the mountaintop above, truly spectacular! From here followed the trail and walked the 45 minutes back down to the monastery below, stopping to take in the amazing views and the various religious sights. Along our way we encountered people walking up the steep trail and we couldn't figure out if they doing the hike up out of religious fervour or they were too cheap to pay the ...
... wild camped in a parking lot nearby some spectacular cliffs (that looked exactly like the rock cliffs on the way to Beardmore in Northwestern Ontario!) and across the street was a fruit and vegetable stall. The fellow selling his wares insisted that I take some free fruit and handed me a nectarine and a peach. It was a welcome gesture of kindness and humanity after the typical elbow shoving and cue jumping that takes place in the Italian grocery ...