Hotel Air Penedes
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... The water seemed very clean. We attended a flamenco dance concert one evening which was dynamic and intense in a small venue so we were very close to the musos and dancers. Another night we experienced a very talented guitar player. This was in a small chapel (only 25 seats) and his amazing music resonated wonderfully in the C12 church. Just wandering around the narrow streets, looking at the buildings and people was a great way to get a feel for this fantastic ...
... t know if they were in the airport still or in Barcelona. After half an hour by the time we got to the apartment the manger didn't arrive and we rang him again because we were starting to get worried and by then the rest had come back to the apartment. The manager said he would be there in ten minutes but it turned out to be another thirty minutes. What was lucky was it wasn't that hot when we were waiting otherwise we would have been really annoyed. Finally he turned up and ...
... is again worth a visit. The whole area has lots of little streets with laneways that have buildings and shops. You will walk down an alleyway and come out to a a small square. We walked up and down these streets and made our way to Barcelona Cathedral . We had to pay to go inside and Tim wasn't that keen so once again I left him outside and made my way into the cathedral. It seems that if we had waited until 5:30 we could have got in for nothing. The ...
... a stadium, it is more like a mini city, known as Camp Nou, it covers a massive area and has a 100,000 seat stadium, a secondary stadium bigger than most in Sydney, a large training facility, the club's museum and merchandise shop. Eat your heart out Brookvale Oval! A sign of changing times was that the magnificent bull ring stadium that was built in 1900 on the sight of an earlier bull ring, is now a shopping centre, having closed down as a bull ring in the ...
... and passed a big fair. There were may many tents with different foods and wine being served. I wished it was free! A woman came up to us and explained that if you buy tickets, you can try different foods with the ticket, but we left to go somewhere else instead. Luckily, the friends that Sarah was staying with had a printer that we could use to print our tickets to Paris. So we went there to do so, and then asked them for good restaurants in the local area to ...