Hotel Roger De Lluria Barcelona
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We arrived in Barcelona on Saturday morning but didn't have to get off the boat until Sunday morning. We caught the port bus into the city and took a leisurely walk up Las Ramblas to Plaza Catalunya to get our bearings.
Next day we joined the hordes of people getting off the boat in the taxi queue at the port. It was too early to check …
... and smoking a packet of cigarettes! The concept of being topless at the beach was crazy, but I guess it's Europe and no one cares what they look like at the beach. All shapes and sizes and ages, we are a lot more conservative at home that's for sure. Tonight we cooked up a feast in the hostel and then had a few beers and watched the World Cup with everyone. Saturday 21st - packed up our bags and checked out. We walked to the Barcelona cathedral and ...
... gold, silver or minted coins. By and by the Jewish population was down to zero. In the 1987 through old tax records someone tracked down the location of the Barcelona Synagogue which is described to be the oldest in Europe. It was used as a warehouse for the restaurant located next door for many, many years. The Synagogue faces Jerulseum and the door is low so you would have to bow as you enter. It was reopened in 2002 but is no longer an ...
... were in search of Gaudi’s Casa Batilo and La Pedrera (or Casa Mila as I learned way back when in History of Art and Architecture class at U of M). We were diverted from our task a few times by the window displays in Chanel, Gucci, Camper store and at least 4 Zara stores along the way. The shopping is overwhelming. We did however eventually find Casa Batilo and La Pedrera and photos were taken. Casa Batilo is ...
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services