Hotel Roger De Lluria Barcelona
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 8217;t find the jaw-dropping experiences and sights we were getting very accustomed to. I’m sure if we were to spend a little more time in each of these locations, we would discover many of the hidden treasures that are usually the lasting memories of any place we visit. Unfortunately the quickie drop-ins (that are the definition of cruising) that seemed to work reasonably well in the Caribbean just don’t work (for us) in Europe. Everything starts to look the ...
... to return the bikes. We gave the bikes back around 8:00pm, got a bite to eat, and got ready to go out again.
That night we met up with some girls from Endicott that we new would be visiting Barcelona at the same time as us. We invited them over to the apartment for a while before we all went to a warehouse bar before a club. At the bar we could by five liter kegs of beer and sangria for a decent price so it was a very fun place. After ...
At first we tried to get into OPIUM club but I was wearing tennis shoes and they would not let me wear them in so we went to another club. So we went to the club next door and started dancing. We first met some people from Russia but they were pretty cold. (haha, get it?) Then we met some guys from Turkey and we ended up hanging out with them and dancing all night. They were super fun, spoke great English and Amanda and I really ...
... store. It suited me as I could buy another shirt and jeans knowing they will fit (for now anyway).
Bought a bocadillo and then some cheese and tomato to give it a bit more flavour on the way back and had a quiet lunch with Richard. Warren went with Linda to visit the Picasso Museum and also do a chocolate tour of the old city.
We had a rest for an hour or so before walking over to the beach. What a change from a couple of ...
... the big heavy bag, and Laura lead us through the city to find our hostel. It was dark, and nearing midnight, but there were still people sat eating, drinking and talking on the roadside restaurants. It was lovely, and very civilised – absolutely nothing like Newcastle at the same time of night! Our hostel turned out to be in a very nice part of town, in an old converted townhouse. We checked in ...