Hotel Campus UAB
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Concierge desk
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... drive from the port. We drove up into the mountains to a very cool monastery complete with actual monks. We had over two hours there to see what we wanted on our own. The monastery sits on top of a mountain, so the views were fabulous. The church was almost as awesome as the cathedral in Barcelona yesterday. Just a real cool place. We stopped for a candy bar on the way to the van which set Donna back 4.50 euros. She refused to buy us a second one which I ...
Another walking tour again Today with the same tour company, this time the theme was Gaudi and his art in the Gotic quarter as well as the "new town". It was 2 hours and 45 minutes or so and ended at the Sagrada familia. FOllowing that we mastered the transit system in Barcelona in order to rush back to the area we were staying in and catch the last of the free tours that the same company had to offer. This last ...
... lots of people employed to sweep them with brooms and buckets. The influence of Gaudi is highlighted throughout the town. The older section has very narrow streets and cobblestone paths. The newer areas have trees, walking paths, bicycle areas and seating to rest and enjoy the atmosphere, all the features which our Australian councils are trying to incorporate into our way of living. One way streets are a car ...
... Barcelona is one of those places that is busy in the day but really comes alive at night. On my way back to the hostel I heard drums and decided to follow the sound, and ended up finding a lively drumming show in a tiny square. It was brilliant! When I had walked so much that my legs and feet felt like they would drop off, I relaxed on the beach in the sun. Barcelona is a very cool place with so much to see, one weekend just wasn't enought!
... the taxi a week ago—the manager did tell me to catch it on this side of the street, the direction the driver would go to get to the pier). It was 18 Euro for the taxi; it’s not far but he did have to wind around to get to where they were boarding for the Royal Caribbean. I checked my suitcase (it would be delivered to my room later) and then walked through the line (it wasn't long) and onto the ship. I went right up to deck 6 to my ...