Bonaire Hostal Sitges

Address: C/Bonaire no 31, Sitges, Catalonia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on C/Bonaire no 31, Sitges, is near Museu Maricel, Museu Romantic ("Can Llopis"), Baqueira Beret, and Museu Cau Ferrat.
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      Travel Blogs from Sitges

      DAY 8: Wednesday, 10 September

      A travel blog entry by calogie on Sep 10, 2014

      ... don't get wifi on level 3, so after breakie we have come down to the ground floor to check our emails etc. this is where I am typing this from now. We've decided to go for a walk this morning. The sun is out and shining very brightly. It's going to be 28° today in Sitges. After the walk we'll hit the beach. ... It's now 7.27 pm. We've had a lovely day. After breakfast we headed through the Old Town and came across a real estate agent. We've been thinking of buying ...

      The Rest of Italy

      A travel blog entry by alice-patrick on Nov 23, 2013

      6 comments, 25 photos

      ... trying horse meat. All was well when we found a great seafood restaurant and then it just got better when the waitress told me my Italian pronunciation was very good. I'd been trying to order everything in Italian and not point to the menu item while I was doing it, so I sat there gloating while Patrick, yet again, rolled his eyes at me...

      Before I forget, I insisted we go see Juliet's balcony, after all I'm a hopeless romantic...stop ...

      Easy, Breezy, Beautiful

      A travel blog entry by katelynthoresen on Aug 26, 2013

      18 photos

      ... They don't charge anything so try to impress you quite a bit so you tip them well! The man who showed us around is British so the accent in itself was entertaining. We walked around and saw a lot of beautiful architecture and history. The thing I remember the most is his interpretation of Barcelona as a city of reinvention. Anytime something in the city was damaged from this or that, the Spanish had gone in and made something better from it. It's a lesson ...

      When in Rome...

      A travel blog entry by chlizy on Jun 12, 2013

      4 photos

      ... We went to Trafalger fountain and then found a grocery store. We bought a picnic and ate on the Spanish Steps. By then, we had had enough and boarded the bus again to go to the Termini train station. We were late for our train, and ran the entire mile from end to end of the station. Fortunately, the train ran on Italian time and was 30 minutes late. Back at the ship, we went to bed ...

      A week in Barcelona and Las Fallas in Valencia

      A travel blog entry by jayshey on Mar 15, 2013

      3 photos

      ... to the big one in the Plaza. There was a fireworks show right before- probably one of the best I've ever seen- and then they burned a structure about 4 or 5 stories tall. We spent the rest of the night running towards whichever fireworks went off to see burnings. One of the coolest things I've seen in Europe, and this would literally NEVER happen in America. It was incredible!! And now to Vienna, Prague, Berlin and Munich for Spring Break ...