Las Ramblas Home Bed & Breakfast
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... bed, pull-out couch and desk, all of
which takes up less than half the available floor space. It also has
two french doors overlooking a garden area.
a three night stay, Pete did his washing before we headed out to
explore. The street, La Rambla, is very close to our hotel and is
the nerve centre of this huge city - it is very wide with an area in
the centre of the street between the roads full of cafes ...