How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
TripAdvisor Reviews Transit Hotel Barcelona
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... We had a cooking class scheduled for our group there later in the day.
We arrived at our cooking class at six p.m. and met our chef, Kindra. She was friendly and outgoing and guided our group expertly in the preparation of our meal. Tonight we would prepare Gazpacho, toast with tomato and garlic, paella, and Catalan cream for dessert. All of us ...
... I am just having a difficult time being separate from anyone else in my program. It makes it difficult to meet up when I am trying to travel alone and live about 20 minutes away from the closest people, and don't know the lay of the land or which buses/metro to take. It's also frustrating at times to communicate my feelings or schedule, and likewise understand the various events that my host family is doing for the day (also added in the fact that I had ...
We are still kind of overwhelmed and confused by this huge city, so today we decide to just hop on and stay on for a while. The city is vast and varied, old and new. As we near the Camp Nous, the FC Barcelona stadium, Norm starts to look like a 5 year old on Xmas. Umm, honey, do you want to get off and see the stadium? It's ok you know....We do, and they have quite the setup. We tour the museum, get to go on the field, visitors locker room, the press box so high in the sky. They have ...
... to find out they were only set up to authorize
driver’s licenses. My only other option that late was the hospital emergency
room, the only thing my insurance would eventually reimburse me for. But money
wasn’t the problem. Flushed with heat, I
had shed the sweatshirt worn to keep out the cool rainy weather, and I knew
that for once it wasn’t a hot flash. I didn’t have the energy to walk back to
the Metro, take it across town and wait in ...
... all the fish (mussels, cockels, prawns, squid, white fish), chicken nibbles, spices and fresh veggies. It was an eye opener seeing all the fish. It was crazy. Couldn't help think if it was sustainable fishing though. After all the ingredients were purchased we walked back to his restaurant, by now it had started raining but it was ok, only got a little wet. When we arrived we got a glass if sangria and an antipasto plater to nibble on ...