How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... this place is going to be incredible by the time they finish (estimated 2026 but who knows). Wowee...the towers already there are going to be the smallest ones, with another 6 planned to grow above and the tallest one representing the holy Jesus Christ. They even have to level local buildings just to finish it! Check out the photos, check out google, you can see gaudi's crazy architecture within and outside, read about the different styles on the ...
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... Living the champagne life.
As it was still pretty early we decided to go and find a shopping area near Las Ramblas, passing Las Ramblas we found a lot of tourists and locals were walking through this narrow road as we was curious we decided to follow them. We then found out we came to an area called El Portal de l'Angel which had loads of shops like Zara, Bershka and many ...
... a good Samaritan might have turned it in, but no such luck. She broke into tears and there was nothing to do except hug her. She learned how heartless the world can be sometimes, and how important it is to take care of one's things. At least she still has her iPad.
Adios, Barcelona! I hope the next time we set foot in a Spanish speaking country (South America), I can speak a little bit of Spanish. I'm at lesson #1 in Rosetta's Stone…!
... which soon became the autopista as we crossed the border into Spain at about 100 km/h. And then the traffic disappeared.
Spain’s economy is one of the worst performing in Europe at the moment with over 20 percent unemployment, which showed when we stopped at Figueres to visit the Salvador Dali Museum. There were a lot of blokes just hanging around when we were trying to find a parking building and ended up in an inner city ...