Onix Rambla Hotel
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... real intent however was to sell marijuana, which they would advertise once you had walked past them by whispering “weed, pot, marijuana”, just loud enough to catch your attention. Subtlety wasn’t their strong point, but since the drug is legal in small amounts and the police are very lax, they didn’t really need such a skill!
Wednesday 22/1With a few hours of the morning before my train to Madrid, I had another wander around ...
... didn't cost us anything. We walked around for a bit. We got a pastry at some local shop. I got a fruit tart thing….so good!! The weather was so bad that we decided to head back to my hostel to hang out since there is a pool table, cheap food and drinks. We got a bottle of wine at the market before we did anything else. I totally recommended that people go to the store and buy their own alcohol!! So much cheaper. We got back to the hostel and decided to get Sangria and ...
... money for shopping and be sure to leave some space in your luggage for your amazing new things. The shopping is mostly near the Placa Cantalunya area and there is a lot of it. (An excess really... I found two H&M's and two Zara's all on the same street.) And prices are reasonable. Oh, and make a stop in Oysho and buy yourself a cashmere sweatsuit. It feels like you're wearing a cloud. If you don't follow me on Facebook, I have been debating ...
Our first full day in Barcelona, we settled on doing our touristly duties. We made breakfast in the apartment then set off to buy more groceries of course.
Living like locals, we visited the La Boqueria market in the morning to by our ingredients for lunch and dinner. There are so many identical markets, it was hard to decide where to shop. Since we had success at the produce stand we visited the night before, we made that our go to stop ...
... br> Parc Guell was our post siesta destination and we were not disappointed. Gaudi's sense of fun and his playful way of enticing the public to interact with his works was really enchanting. The climb to the top of the Parc was worth the effort and the view of Barcelona extensive. By now, it was 8:30 so in search of dinner, we bussed it back to the centre (Catalunya). Delicious Spanish seafood paela, steamed mussels and sangria at 10:30pm. So late for ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center