Onix Rambla Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... thing. Although we did head into the old Jewish side of town which was quite fitting after the day's events. Dinner was amazing! Vegetable soup to start followed by a hearty chicken dish. We went to a couple of pubs and then a couple of us went to a quieter bar whilst the rest of the group went out to a give story night club Day 26 - Prague: today we had a later start with a small sleep in :) then headed into the main square for some shopping, went to a sex machine museum which ...
... Bravas be a bad one, so we ordered one last batch of Patatas Bravas as well. We took it all back to the hotel and attempted to eat as much as we could before getting too full and tossing a good amount away. It was fun to try something new and divulge while we were on our honeymoon. This trip was so much fun already and there were still four days left. It was time to go to bed as we had yet another day of travel ahead of us on our way to Lisbon in the morning. Total miles (just squeezed in a marathon): ...
... for the funicular. According to Sue the funicular had the most amazing view, but of was not of the mountains. After a wonderful day, the evening found us having dinner a friend in Barcelona. We had dinner at an amazing restaurant and afterwards did some bar hopping like the locals would, Steve and Xavi, took us to several great little bars in the El Raval. It was great fun, but damn they make a wicked G&T. Our final day in Barcelona (Spain) So after ...
... 160; The exhibition in the back of the church reveals Gaudi's inspirations from Mother Nature and its fascinating to look at the cathedral with this knowledge. I couldn't understand all the technical architectural terms but his use of science and physics from the natural world into man-made buildings is really impressive. We also watched a video of the stages of development of the different sections of the Basilica. ...
... all the unorthodox curvy lines of the architecture and the arches and mosaic, I wondered if this is what the world looks like on acid. The day was starting to get warm, and after some refreshment, and a kiddy break we took a cab to Tibidabo. I should point out here that cabs are quite cheap in Barcelona. Very cheep compared to Paris and very easily available.
Tibidabo is a location on top of a hill overlooking Barcelona and has a ...