Vincci Maritimo Barcelona
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEkimae Business Hotel Masuda
Nice hotel, nice staff, but why do they all want to add stuff on?
pay to park a moto, yeah right?
Right near the metro station so good location tho
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... resentful of paying taxes to help others throughout Spain. Many people in Barcelona speak Catalan which is blend of Spanish, Portuguese, French and Italian. Both Spanish and Catalan are taught in schools and accepted as official language. Other Sites on the City Tour: Bullfighting arenas turned into shopping malls with restaurants. The guide said outlawing bullfighting was Catalonia distancing themselves from the rest of Spain rather than respect for animals. Plaza Espana ...
... goodness) By time we walk through 6 levels of the huge house it is 5 pm and we head back for a rest up to recouperate before dinner.
Before coming to Barcelona I knew little of Gaudi apart from the name and that he was an architect who built strange looking houses. He is an amazing genius who was not understood in his time by most of the population. He was way ahead of his time with his environmental ideas and all his designs ...
... is asked to be silent so the performers can focus as they supposedly improvise per their feelings. The 4 guitarists came out. Beautiful music. Then 3 singers and 4 girls. The Flamenco is a dance of human expression. Very intense. Very loud. The girls are very sexy in their long gypsy dresses. Moving to express their anger, sorrow or pain. Very fast foot work. Rat-a-tat, rat-a-tat. Then BANG!! Then the men. Woho! Look out. They ...
Today I collect my Anne from the airport. Due to flying separately, the flights were a day apart. This will make it easier for Anne as I know she doesn't fly well and will be ready to sleep quite a bit when she gets in. I started early and watched and listened to the hubbub below me in the square rise to the normality of the day, the locals going bout their normal business, the paper-man giving away his daily paper, the ...
... began in 1882 (that is not a typo!) and is predicted to be finished in 2026 (100 years after the death of Gaudi). However locals believe they may draw out the construction process longer as while the church is being build it is considered a tourists attraction rather than a church meaning they can charge visitors to go inside (15-20 euro per person!) Gaudi spent 40 years working on the church but only saw the crypt, the apse and the ...