Hostal Central Barcelona
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... one of the oldest parts of Barcelona.
We got to our apartment at about 3.30pm. We wanted to stay up as long as we could to try and adjust to the new time (8hours behind) we showered and changed then went for a walk. We found a lovely Tapas place and I had a delicious sangria The perfect way to ...
... be tough going. However, Roisin noticed a sign pointing to escalators. I find climbing hills much more acceptable when escalators are provided to help with the walking bit!!
From behind the palace, we followed the signs so had to walk about ½ mile or so and eventually arrived at the Estadio Olympic.
Like the Palau Nacional, the Olympic stadium lies on Montjuic. This translates to Jew Mountain. It is thought that this comes from the Latin Mons Jovicus (hill of ...
... Rambla which was quite nice, where we had some juice and then got some bread, ham, and cheese with some wine (for my mom)and sangria (for me) for our picnic which we had along the way. After visiting the harbor, we walked back towards town and visited the beautiful old district and saw numerous churches (the theme of this part of the trip - lots of churches and beautiful old ...
... midnight drive back to the hotel with both of us on high alert for any scooters. There are bloody scooters everywhere on those streets which is quite disconcerting, but we got back to the hotel in one piece. The next morning we went through similar issues with communicating with Peugeot about the window and in the end we just found somewhere fairly close by to take the car and were told to come back at 8pm that night and it should be done. The repair man was very helpful to ...
... confident with heights tremble!¡ Fantastico! The Spanish town was a bit of a disappointment if I'm brutally honest. It was beautiful, but since we actually entered the grounds later on in the evening it was a bit pointless; all of the shops were closed! In terms of Spanish architecture however, the town is definitely a sight to behold, it starkly contrasts from the graffiti ridden plaster board hotel ...