Novotel Barcelona Cornella
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a song from Jack Johnson that has the lyrics 'People taking pictures of people taking pictures of people taking pictures of people.' The only negative aspect of this experience was the rude behaviour of some of the tourists. Some people seem to think that if they are holding a camera, they can walk wherever they want to get the best shot. Even if their positioning requires blocking the view of many people behind them. Occasionally this type ...
... was one of them. He referred us to a young woman who told us there wasn’t a driver there for us since our flight was delayed. Yet those other two dozen drivers were there for the people who came on the same flight as us. She called for a car and we had to wait a good fifteen minutes for them to call her back. Then we had to wait another ten minutes for the driver to get there. In total it took us more than two hours to find our driver! I was exhausted from all the walking back ...
... Everything was perfect until we got
caught in the middle of a torrential down pour of rain… it was pretty funny but
we were soaked. Because Barcelona had tropical weather, it shifted in a second
to being sunny to rainy. We hid for the rain in a little restaurant and enjoyed
our first pallella- which is a traditional Spanish rice dish with sea food and
meat. We were told we couldn’t leave spain without trying it and I was not disappointed.
After dinner ...
Everybody who goes to Barcelona loves Barcelona! Yet no one could really say what it was about it... For me, would it be the paellas, the churros, the beaches, the sangria or the tapas. Perhaps the culture, the people or on an off chance... The shopping haha. We will soon find out that it was in fact all of the above!! Barcelona was a perfect balance of tourism and local, retail and authentic. Beaches looked like home (finally!) but were packed nothing like it, so much so, that ...
... in Spain. We'll see.
We decided to go check out the line at the Picasso museum, and it was a little less intimidating. I sent the girls scurrying off down the alley but not so far that they couldn't still see me. Molly ducked around the corner to check out some of the interesting shopping in the neighborhood. In 15 min we had our tickets in hand (22 euros, 11 each for Molly and I, kids under 16 get in free.) The museum is impressive they ...