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 Romantic ("Can Llopis"), Museu Maricel, Baqueira Beret, and Museu Cau Ferrat.
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      DAY 8: Wednesday, 10 September

      A travel blog entry by calogie on Sep 10, 2014

      ... for another night out. It was about 11pm. I was going to have a drink but I decided to lie down first and as it turned out that was the end of the night. I fell asleep and I think Pudd did too. I woke a few hours later and Pudd said the time was 1 am. We talked about going out then but he wasn't keen. I was thinking I'd quite like to because I thought I'd find it hard to fall asleep again but as it turned out I had a beautiful deep sleep right through to morning. It's now 9.04 ...

      Barcelona Day 4

      A travel blog entry by penguinchris on Sep 21, 2013

      126 photos

      ... or colloquially as 'manifestacions’. We’ve seen plenty at close hand and they’re nothing to be scared of. People might have very strong views on a topic but that doesn’t mean it has to end in trouble and in general that sort of thing seldom hopes causes. As far as we could tell from the placards and banners today’s demonstration was about immigration and in particular about the rights of immigrants in Spain.

      The noise ...

      Gaudi's Basillica

      A travel blog entry by badefamily on Aug 06, 2013

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... We had set the GPS for the place that Alberto and Javier had told us to go, but there was nothing more to guide us. If we had been able to look on the internet ourselves, we may have done better.
      Took the 'no toll' roads to Barcelona via many little towns, seeing lots more castles and fortresses on the top of hills, and handed back the rental car.
      From our hotel, we walked to see Sagrada Familia, the Basillica designed by Gaudi. What a ...


      A travel blog entry by douglasmad815 on Jul 14, 2013

      1 comment, 35 photos

      ... imposing and one could only see it from the outside, there was no inside at the time, now four side have been built and it has been Consecrated as a Temple, and much of the inside has been completed, not all, but much. Construction continues, the five remaining spires on top are not finished yet. It'll be another twenty five to thirty years before it it done. But what a church, to see this church it is well worth the trip to Barcelona. ...

      Barcelona Day 3 - Barceloneta, Leona & Free Pours

      A travel blog entry by ayjay68 on Dec 09, 2012

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... It's a sunny Sunday, and there's probably more locals than tourists around. There's a strip of restaurants and bars all with packed terraces to the left, and the moll to the right. There's street performers of all types along the moll, and more than a few people like me, just hanging out and soaking up the sun and atmosphere. Further along are the actual beaches, the first of which is Barceloneta, where a few hardy souls ...