Barcelona, Spain—As I stood at the airport in Madrid on Monday to board a flight back home, I was surprised to see that Barcelona had only one hotel in the city.

I wondered if this was the city I’d been told about.

I had been told it was the oldest, and most beautiful, hotel in Spain.

In fact, it was.

I didn’t realize that the city had only two hotels, the Hotel de la Luna in the northern suburb of Barcelona and the Hotel Mina in the heart of Barcelona.

Barcelona is a city of about 8 million people, and its only two major hotels are located in its northern suburbs.

Barcelona’s tourist season runs from April to October, so most of its hotels were sold out when I visited last month.

It’s no wonder the city was sold out.

Barcelona has one of the lowest average occupancy rates in Spain, which is one of its few problems.

The city is the most expensive in Europe for tourists, and it’s a real challenge to get people to stay there during this busy tourist season.

This is the second time I’ve stayed at a hotel in Barcelona, and I’m not sure if I’ll stay there again.

“I’m not a tourist and I don’t want to be a tourist, so I don of course want to stay here,” said Sofia, a tourist from Russia who had been visiting Barcelona since last June.

Sofia is one part of a small group of women who I met who have been staying at a hostel in Barcelona.

“When we first moved here, we were in a hotel and we were not very happy.

We didn’t have a lot of money.

We only had a room for four or five people.

I remember when we first came to Barcelona, the hostel was empty and the rooms were very small,” Sofia said.

“Now we are very happy and I think it’s good for the city, but for us, it’s not as nice as it used to be.”

Sofia explained that she was not a regular visitor to Barcelona during her stay.

“The people here are very nice, but not as friendly as they used to.

There’s not a lot to do, so we are staying here only for the first few weeks,” Sofía said.

Sofía and her family are staying at the Hotel La Luna, a hostelle with a pool and spa.

“It’s a beautiful hotel,” Sofie said.

The room was furnished with a bed and a sofa, and the room itself is small.

Sofie explained that the hostels that they stayed in had an “authentic” atmosphere.

The hostels where Sofie and her husband stayed had a very nice atmosphere.

But it was not so comfortable for Sofie.

“You have to do everything by yourself,” Sofies said.

One of the main problems for Sofies family was the lack of public transportation to the hosteling.

Sofies husband told me that his father had been to Barcelona several times, but they were never able to go to the airport.

“We never had to use the metro.

We had to wait in the bus.

They said we had to leave Barcelona, but we couldn’t.

We thought we’d go to another hostel, but it’s impossible,” Sofys father told me.

Sofias father also said that he and Sofia would not be going back to Barcelona.

Sofya and her two children, Sofia and her brother, and her sister are staying in a hostels in Barcelona’s city center.

“If they [hostels] are going to give us the chance to come back, I’m going back,” Sofya said.

In recent years, Barcelona has had a tourist boom, which has meant that the country has had to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to make its city more attractive for tourists.

This has meant increased competition for hotel rooms.

Last year, a study found that Barcelona lost $3.5 billion in tourism revenue due to overbooking, and hotel rooms in Barcelona cost an average of $6,000 a night.

The report also showed that the amount of rooms in the hotel industry had fallen by nearly a third, and that the number of hotels in Barcelona fell from 10,000 in 2012 to just 2,000 today.

As a result, the city has seen a spike in the number and cost of hotel rooms, with hotel rooms averaging $10,000 to $15,000.

According to the Barcelona Tourism Board, hotels are a critical part of Barcelona’s tourism economy.

“In order to attract tourists, hotels have to be attractive.

This means they must be located close to tourist areas, where people will go and pay,” said Manuel Carrer, a director at the Barcelona Regional Board of Tourism.

But Barcelona’s hostels have a long history of being overcrowded, and there are signs that this trend is getting worse.

Last October, a report from the