Hotel Fira Congress
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- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Fira Congress L'Hospitalet de Llobregat
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... time to Skype because we were both not doing anything tonight so that was pretty cool. Except for the fact that it cut out every two minutes and we hardly got to talk. Better than nothing! Also my jeans are getting tighter... Uh oh. My muscles are getting softer and I can feel and see myself looking less lean than before, so I need to start doing body weight exercises everyday I think. Currently in bed resting up for a big day and night ...
... it over 100 years ago.
We then walked along la Ramblas which is a long street going for 2 kilometres. La Ramblas is a very popular street with lots of shops and markets.
I am enjoying Spain as it is the first time l have been here and am learning all different things about this country.
It is not long before l leave Europe and arrive home. I hope you enjoyed your holidays.
See you soon.
... that’s what the doctor said "may or may not be broken." Either way the only thing to do is taken ibuprofen and ice it so that’s what I’m doing. It’s turned an interesting green color and there’s a nasty cut across the bridge which I’m hoping intimidates the other teams (yes I’m still playing the tournament.) There’s also been a broken toe in the tournament and two black eyes but the medical staff is still letting us all play so that’s cool. ...
... until he became one of the most recognized contemporary artists of the 20th century. Fabulous! At 8 p.m. We took the Cable Car ( a gondola) to the very top of Montjuic where we walked around the castle (actually a fort) which was created by King Phillip with cannons pointed towards to city to quell any thought of a Catalonian uprising. We arrived at the hotel at 10 p.m. and the kids passed out while the adults stepped out for a traditional tapas late night dinner. A long and exciting ...