Hostal San Remo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... Would be nice to stay here for the night but we ventured down the hill for our accommodation. We stayed in a nice old school hotel which used to be a bank and a hospital. We had dinner at the hotel this time eating the apparently well known Carcasssonne Caserole which was full of bens, such and pork sausage. It was pretty good. Quite a few of us ended up buying some super cheap booze from the supermarket and hanging out at a fountain across from our hotel. Things got ...
... stop on the Blue tour was at BFC....ah yes, the red stripes over a yellow background, the cross of Saint George and one of the winningest teams in history. Would have loved to tour the stadium but could not justify a 32 Euro per person price tag to see an empty stadium....oh well. I am sure that we walked on the same ground that Messi did....that will have to do.
The highlight of our day was the concert by Manual Gonzalez. In a small church anti-room, ...
... some remaining from the 1992 Olympic Games. There are lots of waterfront restaurants and cinemas and a shopping centre here. We could see the cable car and the Christopher Columbus Column. There were lots of locals taking their dogs for a walk. At least there was some grass here for the dogs to use!! We saw some giant bubbles being made by a street entertainer and lots of toddlers were enjoying chasing the bubbles and popping ...
... for a little before heading back (via bus of course).
The next morning we headed out with Aunty Hazel for some more site seeing. She first took us to San Josep market which is a huge covered outdoor market on the Rambla selling everything from fruit to fish. It was unlike anything I’ve ever seen. Everything is so festively laid out into a well organized explosion of color that the entire place is quite a treat for the ...
... facades and small balconies with lovely balustrades that hang over the streets. We pass many a historical building and make note which ones we wish to visit over the next couple of days. We complete the full circuit which takes about 2 hours and then depart our bus. We walk to a street that is called Le Rambla which is just over 1klm long and joins the city centre to the waters edge. This street is a mall which has many fashion labels, tourist stalls, ...