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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Urpi Sabadell
Ni veel te zien in sabadell mor goeden goedkoop hotel met superchinees naast de deur !
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... stumbled upon a little Tapas bar called 24 with a line of people spilling out of its tiny doorway waiting for a spot at the bar. After being told the wait would be at least 30 minutes the decision was made to get in line. The wait was completely worth it and they were treated to some incredible twists on the basic tapas theme all of which was washed down with white sangria. Dessert was chocolate mouse with salt and olive oil - how elegantly simple but ...
... kinda like alleys, and then a couple main roads. We couldn't find a main road so we circled through the back streets. Once we returned home (we were lost for about an hour), we went out to eat at a vegetarian restaurant. I had tapas, which is basically an appetizer that is meant to be shared among the table. The food was really good, and after we got ice cream. When we finally returned home, everyone went to bed almost instantly. More updates tomorrow! -Melina ...
... for that route instead of returning by the funicular. The route down was steep- I mean thigh-burning, knee-aching steep! BUT the views were great. I will say, that I did not envy the people we passed huffing as they were headed up the mountain. All I could think was, I hope those poor souls knew what they were getting into, otherwise they were sold a bill of goods, cause did I mention it was steep? AND can you imagine some people were actually pushing strollers-up? Crazy!! Once ...
... on the menu. But there was no wood firing, just a piddly little oven that heated prepacked frozen pizzas that looked nothing like the menu. I would've been disappointed, but maybe 'authentic wood fired pizza' translated into 'frozen **** reheated' in Spain. Who knows, I don't know Spanish. Later, we all went back up to the rooftop bar for a final couple of drinks. While Dad called it a night after one, Daniel and I stayed for one last pint. Or so we ...
... find them closed. We went back to our hostel to get our bags, some how we ended up in a small city outside of Barcelona. We were on a time crunch and really cutting it close with this terrible set back. We did manage to get back to the airport before the Turkish Airlines closed and we got the information we needed for our flight and settled in because we stayed the night in the airport as we had to check-in at 4am the next day.
Ready to go home, but I will miss Europe for sure.