Bonaire Hostal Sitges
Travel Blogs from Sitges
... people touring, but not an overwhelming amount. There was a peaceful religious music playing through speakers, punctuated at times by the music of the large Pipe Organ. There’s one large Organ installed now, but eventually there will be four. I’m sure the sound will be incredible if they’re all operating at the same time! Many of the windows were stained glass, and they imparted a multi-coloured hue into the interior which was nice to see. ...
... as reciprocal flirting and just kept winking and smiling. When i finally got my point across he brought me the bill, and a free Mojito! Clearly he didnt want me to leave! What is it about me that inappropriate South American boys go for?
I left alone, and walked back to the hotel alone. And happy to be alone thank you! After a wonderful lie in I am going for a walk round the town. On monday i will take train to Barcelona.
Well I dont know what to ...
... 20% bigger. S says it will be tough to go back to
the regular room!
After lunch, the kids wanted to stay on the Ship (Jack had
to do homework!). So S and I
grabbed a cab to the Passeig de Gracia.
This is the high end-shopping street, which has a huge amount of the
modernist buildings along it – Gaudi and others. We grabbed a cab and were there in about 15 minutes.
... it is a popular destination for gay and lesbian travellers, as it has become one of the most gay-friendly places in the world.Today, Sitges' economy is based on tourism and culture offering ...
... There were Seppo’s on the table right next to us and we were served a pretty poor excuse for paella. Have to get our radar sorted out in future.
The next couple of days we spent just cruising around the city seeing a few of the sights and doing a bit of people watching but the nights were where it was at. One of the nights we met Brad, a guy from New Zealand who works on a private cruiser in the Med. Got a good head start at the hostel and went out to a ...