Hotel Zenit Barcelona
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- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Zenit Barcelona
Great rooms for a good price :)
The hotel staff were very accommodating of our situation.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
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... little streets with no traffic you can walk around. We saw the Barcelona cathedral, the government buildings, the gothic quarter & the Born area where there are Roman ruins you can see beng uncovered under the ground.
Our guide also spoke about Antoni Gaudi the famous Architect. We saw a lamp post which was the first thing Gaudi ever designed. His most famous design is the Segrada Familiar which we saw later that day.
The walking ...
... Each pair of characters had its own little band with it so it sounded a bit messy as you could hear two or three playing at once. It seemed to be some festival but we couldn't work out what. We walked down to the sea front to get our first glimpse of the Mediterranean. The beach was narrow but the sand looked nice and the water blue and sparkly but the sand was packed with sunbathers. Again the African gentlemen wove in and out amongst ...
I got back yesterday from an incredible weekend and I just want to go back! I spent this past weekend (Thursday night-Sunday morning) in Barcelona, Spain. I am going to try to, in as few words as possible, write about all I did and try to convey how amazing of a time I had.
The group I travelled with was Allison Seager, Gabe Pecha, Celia Miroglio, and Evan Neville. We got off to slightly a ...
... the architect genius of Guadi at Casa Batilo and Casa Amatiler (standing in the middle of the street). We also tasted the wonderful Catalan cuisine with wonderful lunches and dinners. What a lovely city, however, both Bob and I agree that we are ready to be done being tourists for now and begin our journey as pilgrims. Tomorrow we travel to our starting place, St. Jean Pied de Port, in France. BRING ON THE ...
... to the airport after another perfect weekend trip.
Barcelona is AWESOME! I loved every day and everything we did. So many fantastic streets and public squares, great sights, a pleasant break from British cafeteria food and swimming to boot! I wouldn't have thought after our Germany weekend two weeks ago that anything would top it but Barcelona just about did it. Even with three whole days of going all day I feel like there's still a lot to see and I'd love to come back ...