BEST WESTERN Subur Maritim
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... fuel the devils and the devilish fireworks and the crowd goes crazy. Suddenly we are caught between two sets of drummers and devils it was all so very overwhelming, running for cover we decided to move away from all the noise and circled down along the waterfront where we once again caught up with the parade further down the line, here we were able to take cover by having an seascape route down the side street, but still catch what was a spectacular display. So ...
... referred to as La Pedrera, which means the quarry, because of its wavy exterior.
The rooftop was my favorite part of La Pedrera. It's difficult to describe so check out the pictures. There are no even surfaces on the roof. One must climb stairs and go down ramps to get around the circular roof. It was almost impossible to tell which set of stairs I came up from, as the whole area really plays with one's mind. The views of Barcelona and Tibidabo were astounding. It was ...
... is a Catalonia festival celebrating Catalonian heritage and the virgin Mary. There have been concerts and parades around the city all weekend which has been really cool. So for my Spanish homework, I had to walk around the city and complete a fill in the blank worksheet on what I saw. I also brought along my camera so I got some pretty amazing pictures of my neighborhood in Barcelona. Hope y'all like ...
... the BarÇa victiries, endless trophies cases, videos of the memorable goals by the great blaugranas,such as Ronaldinho chilena, Messi's sixtu meters run to score against Getafe, and much more, in all we spent about two and half hours in the stadium. Then we went to the store for short visit. After that we came back to the hotel explored the premises, went up to the terraze where the pool and spa is ...
... if soccer team plays there. It's either that or a sadly misguided attempt to create a spectator sport out of indoor crop circles. It's just a bunch of straight lines in the grass surrounded by a hundred thousand seats. I told one of the guides there that they should have got Mr Gaudi on the case, he'd have got some curves in the lines. I don't think he appreciated my suggestion- no imagination some people.
Back on the open top bus and a drive up and around the ...