- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Outdoor pool
- Breakfast Available
TripAdvisor Reviews Can Carol Capellades
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... by the amazing stained glass windows. There were blue, green, gold and red windows refracting lots of different coloured light into the Basilica. We also saw the Passion Facade, showing the passing of Christ. Ben saw Jesus on the cross and Jon saw Jesus on a column. Then it was time to take a lift up the Nativity Tower. When we got to the top, we saw beautiful views of Barcelona and got to take a closer look at the Nativity Facade and see the inside of the Basilica from ...
... return to. We walked through the city passing the Arc de Triomf, some lovely gardens and the generally well-manicured streets of Barcelona. Eventually the Sagrada Familia, Gaudi's masterpiece, popped up in front of us and - despite being far from completion and covered in cranes and scaffolding - it was a stunning sight. We made our way around to the entrance and craned our necks up at the carefully sculpted, ornate facade. Then we went inside. And any thought of the beauty of ...
... at the airport to squeezing past people in the small aisles of the airplane was a new and sometimes intense experience.
We boarded the plane safely, and we spent the next eight hours on the plane trying to fall asleep, though we probably only slept for about two hours of the eight. We arrived to Barcelona around 8 AM local time (2 AM Eastern time). That threw our bodies into a bit of a shock!
We were about to ...
... and she was surprised we could use flash photography. It certainly felt built for the tourists, though I know that was not Gaudi's intention.
Even so, of course we were all snap happy and trying hard to take it all in, even amidst the throngs of people. Billy suggested we stay until the exterior lights were turned on at 6:00 and what a fabulous idea that was as ten minutes before closing the organ came on...brilliant is all I can say!
We always ...
Went via bus to Parc Guell today which sits high above the city. Really beautiful mix of the natural rock, architectural form with Catalan mosaic design. Magic really with flamico guitarists and classical violinists serenading us through the Parc. Hot though at 29 degrees. Bus trip back through Gracia, the richer end of town, with ...