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- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Transit Hotel Barcelona
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... deck, perfect conditions. We get great views from the west side of the city and we stay until we arrive at the Joan Miro Foundacio museum. Not one of Nicole's favourite artist but everyone else is quite looking forward to visiting. We spend well over an hour wandering through the museum custom designed by his friend Sert. Miro used a variety of mediums to express his sometime tormented ideas. The building itself has influences of Le Corbusier. ...
... factor in haze and sorting out an appealing shot, I was dubious Off the Three Musketeers went in a cab. Maybe the travel gods were in my favour as the first available ticket was 3H or so away. As a substitute--and just as good in my view--we climbed above the area where you have to pay the entry fee for the view; no pix taken but we walked as high as the Three Crosses.
The temperature by now was jacket carrying weather. Save the shade, I should have left it ...
... was about 1/2 hour late but very good, easy flight of 1.5 hours. Even Vee Sid it was a good flight Arrived at Barcelona at about 12.30pm to be greeted by our transfer car. Driven by Juan-Carlos to our hotel, the Pulitzer. Juan gave us some good tips and information about Barcelona. Were told that lunch is usually eaten between 1-3pm and dinner 9-11pm! They have their siesta between these ...
Our train this morning isn't until 11.30am, so we had enough time for one last omelet, and then we made our way to the Renfe train station.The station is massive, we had arrived early so we had thought we might be able to go in the first class lounge. But turns out I had bought the ticket between 1st & 2nd haha... ( I booked on the Spanish website..my bad) so we thought we'd find a random bar for another beer haha!!!After killing some time having ...
... has been a trip to Park Güell. Eusebi Güell was a Catalonian entrepreneur (Barcelona lies within Catalonia, a region of Spain. They want to be independent of Spain. Locals of Barcelona always refer to themselves as Catalonian, never Spanish). Güell asked local architect Antoni Gaudí to draw up plans for an estate for rich families. Construction began in 1900 and was finished in 1914. Gaudí lived ...