No information. No messages. No announcements. The staff were just shaking their heads, offering no more info than what all travellers already knew: Flight JKK049 was delayed. Bad door. Bad, bad door! One of the emergency slides were malfunctioning. Not much troubleshooting needed. But it took Spanair an amazing 4.5 hours to figure out that [...]
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It has been described as a mile-high gastro club. I agree with that description. But I don’t feel like I’m a likely member. This is the raison d’être of this restaurant. Yep. You’d choose the place mainly for the view. It’s good to see the sun set knowing that a proper meal is coming up. [...]
So often packed at dinner time, but I’ll gladly recommend it for lunch. Just tell your cabbie to take you to this address, the old salting house at Carrer del Comerç 24. Chefs at the Comerç 24 are unable to fake it as you may always keep an eye on them… A Comerç 24 classic: [...]
Q: What is it? A: A modern hotel with a Michelin-starred restaurant and a nightclub and a rooftop pool and a bit of noise and a bit of an attitude. They sure tried to make it look modern. The façade looks pretty office-like but the design is kind of smart, allowing guests to some privacy. [...]
Q: What is it? A: The Spanish shoe-makers first venture into the hospitality world is as quirky as the brand itself. And if you don’t crave round-the-clock room service, this is a very good place to stay in. What happens when a shoe brand ventures into the tourist industry? I’ve always liked the Camper shoes. [...]
Q: What is it? A: A superb bistro tucked away in a narrow alley in Barcelona’s Barri Gòtic district. Sometimes it’s good to trust a very gay concierge… Marco, concierge at the ME Hotel struck me as being the Catalan version of Brüno. That made me a little suspicious at first. Would his description of [...]