Tres Torres Atiram Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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Barcelona was the city Eric wanted to spend the most amount
of time in and I can see why. After arriving at Barcelona Sants (after
travelling on the Renfe ‘brand’ train, the best train we have been on so far, as they showed a movie, had radio stations you could listen to and gave out lollied)
we caught the metro to our hotel (SoHo Hotel- a very nice and modern hotel). The Barcelona metro system has been the
easiest and cheapest to use so far ...
... I am very good about booking what I work *coughcough*, hop on the train to get to Gatwick for my 5:00 flight to Barcelona. Pretty uneventful flight and arrive at Barcelona at around 8:00 PM (hour time change from London). Upon arrival, head directly to the train station located at the airport. Having done my research I understand this is the best way to get to the city and that one of the stops is actually a 3 minute walk from my hotel. ...
Our train didn't leave until afternoon, so we had time for a morning on the beach. After a leisurely breakfast we took a stroll along the entire waterfront for a last look. We poked our heads into the Cathedral - not too impressive on the inside, but wonderful on the outside.
When it warmed up a bit we found a spot on the pebbles and spread out our towels. Kip ...
... precedence it needed to bring itself into the next century. With more power and growth, the city continued to physically expand. Continuing upon the work of Iledfon Cerdá and his masterpiece of city planning, the Eixample was completely filled up by 1910. The development boom in building out the Eixample was a key part of the story told in the City of Marvels and intertwined Onofre with his real estate dealings and other shady activities. ...
... at how packed the Barcelona beach was. Last time I was there in 2006, it was cold and deserted. In May, it's packed and lively! Plus, the street food vendors were out of this world. I would recommend skipping a sit down lunch and eating from one of those next time.
4. Sitting at the ****** International Beer Bar (because Anthony was desperate for craft beer) and rocking out to horrible 80's music videos. It was pretty epic actually.