Hotel Zenit Barcelona
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Zenit Barcelona
Great rooms for a good price :)
The hotel staff were very accommodating of our situation.
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... to throw in the towel and headed back out to walk along the boardwalk some more before making our way back to the hotel.
After a nice nap and some quality wifi time we decided we needed to get ready to make our way to the restaurant for our New Years Eve dinner. We really weren’t sure what to expect, but having been initially discouraged by the outrageous prices some places were charging for fixed menus, we settled on a little restaurant that was a bit out of ...
We enjoyed our one day stop here last year so we were delighted that this time we would have 2 days to see much more of this interesting city. The highlight here is the architecture of Antoni Gaudi. Last year we spent hours in his Sagrada Familia church and this year our focus was on Casa Mila, also known as 'La Pedrera' and Park Guell. His architecture is art with nature and geometry the driving force ...
... and loving himself sick (Oli was doing pretty well for himself too). Hanging on to the festival of Jesse 7th birthday, he got them all to sing happy birthday to him twice, which scored Jesse and Oli free ice cream. Oli and I discovered that you should only eat snails in France, after ordering a plate for 10EU and getting 70 very rubbery ordinary snails. We ate about 5 of them then had to try to disperse the rest into the indoor plants in ...
... miraculously we made it to the flagpole! a bright flag of Catallan red and yellow fluttered above us. Back down in the town we followed the river and admired the freshly tilled allotments. An ancient irrigation system of pipes would allow each farmer to flood his patch for a carefully regulated length of time, and the labyrinth of mounds and furrows suggested the old boys were still using this system, which seems like a fast and intensely thirst ...
... has been BUSY. Not bad busy. Just busy. So this go around, my first trek to the Mediterrainean Coast, I hope to relax a little more. Catch up on my reading. And of course, my wine. (Or wait, did I ever fall behind?) The flight to Amsterdam was delightful. Once again, thanks to the perks of being air crew, I managed to find myself enjoying the eight hour plane ride in style, upgraded to the World Business Class section on KLM. The experience went a little ...