TripAdvisor Reviews L'Hotelet Barcelona
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... day we went to Sagrada Familia, a basilica designed
by Gaudi which will take around 200 years to complete (aimed to be finished
middle of this century- an excuse to go back!). The basilica is amazing, the
detail that has gone into it is amazing. Inside he has literally created a
forest out of stone columns that branch into a canopy. The size is amazing and
it is not near completion. My favourite part was the stone carvings of the
Passion, which represent the ...
... central, making it easy to get around.
La Boqueria….it is something to experience. Think the best Farmers Market in the world and multiply by 1000 fold. Jen was imagining how much fun it would be to prepare a meal in a city like this ... Buy all the ingredients that day including necessary spices, wine to match , stop for tapas to refuel in the middle of it all and then get to cooking. Walking by seafood ...
... VT crew, the wiggles bus, catchup with a few whiskers an plan a massive day. Check out a topless beach then champagne bar.. €5 a bottle, beers on the beach then pub crawl time! But looks like a gay pub crawl full of douche poms so we all bail an cause our own ruckass! Huge night, bus back to the campground an wake up 20km north of home... Bus driver laughs an drops us at a taxi stand at 5am Fark! An that's goodbye spain ...
The German Airline, Condor, which very efficiently flew me
across the Altantic has a motto: "Wir Leiben Fliegen", or Born to Fly. Appropriate, since I feel I am fulfilling a
latent soul intention by traveling. The
French, as usual, were on strike (Air Traffic Control), so the leg through France
was longer and lower than normal, allowing me to see more of the landscape, and
coming into Barcelona was stunning.
... to be eating. (That would never happen in America.) And so many shops selling pork and all its related products. And smelly seafood. In between the stalls were wine and tapas bars, mainly patronised by locals.
It was a huge market, and we went up and down every aisle, but didn't have anything to eat as I knew public toilets were scarce. I decided I wanted a glass of sangria, as we are in Spain, so we went into a tapas ...