Hotel Zenit Barcelona
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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... last time in 2001) and that we need to wait 1 hour before we can even get in.
Bought a light lunch and sat in the free part of the park waiting for our time slot to let us in. I'm still impressed by Gaudi and look forward to seeing more of his work in the coming days.
We then walked to Casa XXX, another of Gaudi's works. From here the kids headed back to the ...
On our first day in Barcelona, we left the Hilton for a long walk to a restaurant recommended by our Oceania cruise rep located in the hotel lobby. As we began our walk, we were joined by a couple from Dayton, Ohio, whose husband was confined to a wheelchair as a result of a long battle with MS . Despite the illness, he and his wife continue to travel extensively. After ...
... to go to the start of the summit. This is bloody steep must be a 1:1 gradient. We join the queue and have to wait 10 mins for the next car, and in walks, jumps, screams and generally gets right on my tits a bloody class of kids. I thought his was my worst nightmare until we board carriage number 3 and in file ten of he little buggers this was the second level of hell. If we had broken down it would have been a scene from Alive after just 10 mins if I ...
... 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 ...
... is right and we find a cabin that has just us as the only passengers and room for our bags. I will at this point say that we have no idea where Port Bou is and there is no train timetable on the platform and we have no idea where we are. All good! Not!
We have a fairly pleasant train trip and after much panic and checking each platform we work out that Port Bou is the last stop on the line. We enjoy coastal scenery that we can see changing from French to Mediterranean and we ...