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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... is Sagrada Familia, more on that later.
The walk ended at the edge of the El Born region, so I decide to do this walk immediately after finishing up. El Born is a more bohemian region, a lot less touristy and with a more Catalan personality (at one point, see a sign in a window saying tourism is killing the area, that is dedication). Around halfway through the walk, I come across the Picasso Museum and decide that, despite ...
... of history it's a forward thinking place, on the cutting edge always of art, design & cuisine. You can explore medieval palaces & plazas, gawk at modernista masterpieces, shop for designer clothing along the bustling boulevards, sample the nightlife or soak up the sun on the beaches. Grant was here 10 years ago & knows I'm going to love it. When we got to Barcelona Grant used the google map screen shot to find our hostel. It too jus about ...
... and dirt cheap sandwich shop)
- Dinner @ Cera 23 (Strange but good. Monkfish wrapped in ham w passion fruit sayxe, Iberian pork w ginger and apple compote)
- Drinks @ Kalderkold (European craft brew bar)
1. Sagrada ...
... free, I have no time commitment, no expectation, just trying to find myself. I am still anxious with a presence of fear that I constantly keep buried as it would be easy to succumb to and it would spoil my journey. Ce la vie, for me right now. Staying in Barcelona another night, then Tuesday... Not sure, ce la vie, I'll be fine where ever I'll be. 21/04/14 I've spent the entire day ...
... proud of their city and so they should be.
We visited La Sagrada Família, learning more about the great artist Gaudi. This massive cathedral is breathtaking to say the least. The Barcelonians are finally completing his work which started about 150 years ago and stalled when Gaudi died at the beginning of the 20th century. He died not from old age but from being hit by a tram – a ...