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TripAdvisor Reviews Sixtytwo Hotel Barcelona
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... a walk to the end of the marina along the ocean side and back. The W hotel sits at the end of the marina and we made it there, turned around and headed back while runners and roller blades passed us at 9:30pm. There was something neither of us had tried to eat yet and since it was a local dish we decided to stop back at Lolita and give paella a try. We stopped in and saw the same waitress as the night before, ordering take away paella and, well we couldn't have our last impression ...
Barcelona has my heart, as well as my American phone, credit cards, debit cards, and metro pass. Yes I was a victim of what we are constantly warned of: pick pocketing. Apart from that incident Barcelona was even more amazing than I had imagined. Spain has always been number one on my top 5 list of countries to visit and Barcelona has always been the top city. When my friends and I decided to go I was over the moon and could not ...
... 8217;s nothing that a few ice cold beers can’t cure. Off to Placa Catalunya for some frothy San Miguels. Great way to finish the afternoon!
- Fresh donuts and pastries from the bakery across the street
- A quick taxi ride to La Boqueria for snacking and site seeing
- A train ride to Park Guell
- Beers in Placa Catalunya, a much needed break for some very ...
... Amanda and I both nuts. Then, the little clip that held the shower wand in place was not secure and the wand constantly fell off of the wall. The only way to get this right was to reduce the water flow and then it would stay there. When you finished showering, there was a lot of water that managed to get onto the bathroom floor. not that the floors were dirty, but standing water never makes you feel clean. ONLY RANT ABOUT BARCELONA HOSTEL
... and have been doing so since they retired 12 years ago - they are parked on the terrace above, on the other side! Yesterday we caught the train to Barcelona with them. It is a one hour journey so it was great to have some interesting company. She is a naturopath and he is an artisan, (stone mason and leather goods). The train dropped us bang in the centre at Placa de Catalunya. We split here because they wanted to take the "hop on, hop off" bus, while we wanted to ...