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- Non-smoking rooms
- Babysitting service
- Concierge desk
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Multilingual staff
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... to the
Tablao de Carmen, which is inside Poble Espanyol, a sort of touristy museum
with shops and restaurants. We got to share a jug of Sangria between us and
then had some really delicious Spanish tapas. The flamenco singing and dancing
was excellent (and yes, as one Tripadvisor reviewer stated, “flamenco isn’t
even from Barcelona, it’s from the South of Spain, and therefore is a tourist
trap”. However, we greatly enjoyed the ...
... location of something else stunningly impressive.
I got the metro into the more central city area and rose from the depths of the fantastic metro for a quick bite before hopping onto a bus about to commence its route of the green circuit (as opposed to the alternative orange circuit, though the two do intersect at a number of places allowing travellers to chop and change as well as hop-on, hop-off.) I did one complete circuit and came away even more impressed we'd ...
... that there were no rooms available for us for the two nights we needed. This was super stressful as we were both needing sleep and rest. The man at the hostel was, however, kind enough to book us into their sister hostel which we had to get another cab to. We arrived at the hostel and went straight to sleep. We woke up at 10am the following morning as we had to check out of one room and move into another one. As we had slept, we were both feeling a bit more lively and ...
... on and the worship areas of the church were sectioned off so the tourists could not enter. We did not stay inside very long.
When we left the Cathedral and went outside, there was a flea market going on. The stuff was old and cool, but honestly too fragile and lots of things we do not need. There were some really cool old wine openers which were like accordion style. you would screw in the little curly cue, then pull up the top and ...
Now that's a bright start ... Alarm off at 7.15 and out to get down to the harbour for a complete days guided bus tour including Montserrat and the highlights of Barcelona. Breakfast was another continental affair with chocolate croissant, fresh fruit and orange juice. After a quick taxi ride to the harbour we picked up our minibus and proceeded to the top of Mount Montjuic Continuing past the 1992 Barcelona Olympic village and sports facilities we made our way through town to ...