Tres Torres Atiram Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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If you want to really experience a place, get your hands dirty. Feel the pulse of the earth, let the soil get into your finger nails, sweat it out in the foreign sun. It's a feeling you will not forget. There’s something almost meditative about farming. But first, before you hit that state of bliss, you must go past the pain. The pain, the sweet pain. It sets in fast. My back starts ...
... many people were still out and about.
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The last bit. There is a point at which you are near the end of one part of your journey and will be moving into a whole new part. You start to chat about the part that is coming up. You are savouring each and every day of the now bits, the today time...because very soon it will be the done bits, the yesterday time. And that's okay. Constant change. It’s part of traveling. Nothing stays still for long...and nothing is repeated. Onward we go!
... Gaudi’s Segrada Familia. Under Aunty Hazel’s lead we hopped on a bus, transferred somewhere down the line and eventually made our way to the Segrada Familia. As expected, this cathedral is from another world and after standing on the sidewalk and gawking at it like everyone else we finally made our way to the tickets area and bought tickets to go in. Aunty Hazel decided to sit this visit out so she made her way to a park ...
... and now rain was going to ruin it. I do love rain! Don't get me wrong, I love my rain since I never get to see it in Arizona, but this wasn'tArizona. I'm not in a place where I have a car to avoid being stuck in the rain. I am relying on the metro and my feet to get me around. LUCKILY, Barcelona's weather was a bit different. Since I am staying in the hills 30 min outside the city, this area is more prone to rain. When I got into Barcelona, it ...