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TravelPod Member ReviewsHCC Taber Barcelona
bed ok, size ok, breakfast ok at best, service great....bid on priceline...saved about $100 on two nights.
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... the way, experiencing the talent of the local musicians. From C de Ferran I followed C de Llledo and Marquet to Pont Villa for a glass of Sangria. From here I walked up Las Ramblas back to my flat to prepare for the evenings actvities.
This evening I went on the Sandeman’s New Barcelona Tapas tour. Being exhausted from the night before and early morning travel there was a very large part of me that wanted to curl up in bed and ...
... me entertained and regular visits from air hostesses to ensure we are comfortable and don't need anything which is good.
There were a few flight options, but only one that actually appealed to me price and time wise the flight I went with was through qantas airways and had a total travel time of around 30 hours there were flights which got there quicker but I feel ...
... out the pics of our ride, especially the pics of our little special ones who had to wear helmets.
After the bike tour we then had some time for lunch and shopping and once that was done we had more shopping and eating. We finally made our way back to the subway and back to the hotel.
We then had siesta, shower time and fish feet message before meeting up for dinner. We made the long walk across the street to Tapas Gaudi(Gaby's ...
... lots of people walking around trying to sell you stuff, like coconut, mojitos, beer, water, massages, hair braids, scarfs and beach dresses. It's pretty crazy. Not exactly a peaceful beach! We decided to get dinner on La Rambla, it's pretty touristy but had to be done. We got tapas to start. Patatas bravas which is fried potatoes covered in a slightly spicy sauce, potato croquettes and chorizo on French stick, very yummy. Then we get paella, I got the ...
... nice cafe that I remembered from my last visit and we stopped to have jug of sangria. When I ordered it, the guy said 9.99 and I had to clarify whether 9.99 was for a glass or a jug. It was for the jug! I thought that was cheap. Mum had one glass and was drunk. She is such a lightweight. Its where I get my "lightweighted-ness" from!! Drinking sangria in the shade looking over the beach in Barcelona is a great way to chill.