Hotel Zenit Barcelona
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Great rooms for a good price :)
The hotel staff were very accommodating of our situation.
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... is zero degress outside. So after breakfast we get to find out that is it pretty cold. We head down past the marina to the beach. By now it has warmed up a bit as long as your in the sun. The beach is ok, nothing special. Lots of people walking the boardwalk. Next its back into the old town which is really a maize of interesting and narrow streets. Some very interesting shops from a guy selling globes of the world to some French perfume shops where ...
... Most of the crew were coincidentally checking out of Sant Jordi the following day so this was like a last hurrah. And what a hurrah it was! Between those mentioned above, and a few more who's names have left me, all up we orders 60 tequila shots!
After the pub had closed and we were all kicked out of he premises, we joined the large crowd of people loitering in the street. We were gathered at a 'X' intersection of one of the narrow Barcelona back streets and everyone ...
... Aussie travellers.. The sun IS just as strong. Contrary to some advice we were given! I am sufficiently roasted and should have applied the SPF #lessonlearnt. By late afternoon the jet lag started to kick in. We bought some wine and cheese, ate it on our very own, very cute balcony and got into bed at 10.30! Bit of a shame given it was a Saturday night. BUT we were stoofed and have big plans for ...
... for the city of Barcelona because it marked the replacement of the Citadel with a park and what remained of the city walls imposed by Madrid in 1714 finally came down. Barcelona, 1888, also marked the time and birthplace of modernisme as an artistic movement by its own right, not just some eclectic Catalan artists putting broken tiles on buildings (though the basis of modernisme had been developing throughout the ...
On our last day we had booked a walking tour focused on Gaudi and the Modernisme movement in Barcelona. Our tour guide was an ex-actor/current writer that had moved with his wife from London because it was more affordable. The tour was great but he was likely half the reason- charisma would be an understatement and he had a dry sense of humour I loved. The tour started at the palace of Catalan music, which was a really cool building we had actually spotted while wandering ...