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It is likely you are thinking of El club La Terrrazza (note the 3 'r's). You go up a hill through a quaint village with twisty sort of small streets to get there. It's a converted villa rather than a cathedral, and the 'roof' you wrote about is most likely their balcony. The club opened in 1995 so meets your dating criteria of October 2000. Also, it has ...


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Another question: are there buses or trains around 5 a.m. that go to the airport from the city center? Important note: check carefully what is the terminal you are flying from. It really matters! There are local trains from Renfe running from the city center to the airport of El Prat de Llobregat. You can find the timetables in: ...


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According to the El Prat airport webpage, there are indeed left luggage facilities in both terminal 1 and 2. The former is open 24h whilst the latter is open from 0600 to 2200. The linked website carries information on directions and prices: Left-luggage office Luggage storage and management service located in the intermodal lobby of terminal T1 ...


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Go by train. I took the AVE high speed train from Barcelona (Estacio De Fran├ža) to Madrid (Atocha). IMO, it is the best way to travel between the 2 cities. i takes around 4 hours, the stations are easily accessible, you do not have to come in early, go through lots of security and you have a lot less restriction in bagage size and weight.


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The main Renfe website only lists long-distance trains. The line that goes through Aiguafreda is a local line belonging to Rodalies to Catalunya, operated by the national Renfe but administered by the Catalan government. You can find information about it on the Renfe Rodalies Barcelona (Barcelona suburbs) web page. The line you want is R3, starting in ...


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Doesn't look like it. I can't find a reference anywhere, like you, and even a sample route on Rome2Rio from Barcelona to Aiguafreda takes you to Sant Marti de Centelles. Foursquare also has no comments for the station that I can find, and wikitravel and wikivoyage also only mention it on other pages. So while it's not a certainty, if it's actually in use, ...



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