Novotel Barcelona Cornella
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Cornella de Llobregat
... is magnificent. The old and new buildings seem to blend together. We hopped off the bus and then commenced our walk down La Rambla. We looked from the top of it and all we could see was wall to wall people. Just a typical day in Barcelona. We went to the markets and saw all the fresh produce. Max bought 200g of toffee covered mixed nuts. Max hunts the world for toffee covered nuts! We then ...
We woke up at 5 and walked to the train station, only a five minute walk, to get reservations for the 9:20 train. We tried Friday night but the booth was closed and not open on weekend. There was still space so we got our reservation and headed back to bed. To board the train you pass through security so my next fear was losing the Swiss knives because usually I would ...
... the city and the area was very vibrant – much like Auckland when the American Cup racing was on.
After a while we sat and had a couple more beers with a couple of the locals and had a good time. About 10pm we taxied up with the girls and went back to the same location we had been for tea. The girls were very impressed with our choice and we finished off a very enjoyable evening about midnight. We taxied home and off to bed. ...
... neighborhood in Barcelona. Before the Olympics came to Barcelona in 1992, Barceloneta was more of a blue collar fishing village on the outskirts of the city with no real beach to speak of. Since then, the city built a long, man-made beach for people to enjoy and put lots of other money into the development of its coastline. As you can imagine, this has changed the community drastically. We've already seen more shorts and flip ...
... back then. I was actually surprised it is still used for track events, concerts, rugby, and other things. Once I made it down the mountain, I was lost again because I was now off the map the hostel gave me, but quickly recovered by myself because I knew the general direction of the hostel.
My overall impression of Barcelona is that it's a touristy city, that's it. But because it is, it's just as busy as Madrid but much more vibrant. It also seems quite ...