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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Benidorm Barcelona
Check-in: Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Check-out: Saturday, July 14, 2012
Number of nights: 3 nights
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... activities, for example eating the main meal at 10 pm. However, I really would have no complaints at all over eating the food I have tried at any time of the day. One of the main reasons why I chose to live with a host family was to eat home made cooked meals. So far, I have tried different Spanish dishes such as croquettes, jamón, and a Spanish tortilla (which is a sort of omelette with potatoes, much different than the Southern American context of the ...
... around Barcelona to explore before Spanish class and then went to the beach again and tried Bo d Be, a really fun sandshich shop with really cheap giant sandwiches. We then went to the beach again to relax in the sunshine. Later that evening, we went to Dow Jones, a fun apartment and Shuko where we danced and hung out with kids on the Ivy League program.
Thursday was a huge holiday in Barcelona called Diada de Catalunya. It ...
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... shot bars, where things were constantly on fire, and we got to roast marshmallows on a bar! We also enjoyed the best mojitos, with our new Boston friends.
When we got back to our hostel to watch the game, during the time between the bar and the club we both had sangria and sipped casually while watching the game. Then before we knew it, it was 1:30 and time to go to the club. We headed outside and that where we met the creepers from Norway and ...
... fruit and SMOOTHIES. There were probably 20 smoothie (more like juice) stands in the whole market and they were already made chilling on ice coloring a rainbow on the tables. The juices were also only 1 euro each so this was a fine bargain if you ask me. They also had farm fresh eggs, dried fruits, produce, food stands, and meats as well! If I had studied in Barcelona I have no doubt in my mind that I would go there at least 2 times per week. Everything was so cheap and fresh ...