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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
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At first sight Barcelona Sants station has everything, except trains. Trains are buried beneath the streets of Barcelona. We descend to the platform and find our seats on train 3940, heading to Córdoba. A woman in the seat in front is playing Beatles songs out loud on her phone until the guard walks past and wags a finger. She should have known better. A man with two budgerigars in a cage sits behind us and we consider whether they are tweeting, chirping, warbling. ...
... to spend one night not two in Milan now. After that we have the day to enjoy. It will probably be another day on the beach. ... Well, it's now 11.27 am and we have just had breakfast and organised train journeys etc in reception downstairs. Back in the room now and looking forward to heading off to the beach. ... We had a lovely day at the beach. The weather was just a little bit cooler and the nude beach was a lot ...
... of the noodles in the same place - again the noodles were eaten. Each time I fed it, it gets a little less timid around me, and now I could get close enough to see that this dog has been lost for a while - it was super skinny, it has dirt build up on its mouth and it has mites or fleas or something visible in the white fur. I remembered that back when I was first in Spain, Jess had given me some left over porridge for my food bag that I hadn't eaten. So I got my Trangia bowl out, ...
... style place back near the house, but as usual time seemed to be flying so we had to forego the trip back home (and my shower!) and head to the next museum. All in all though I did have a healthy lunch at another "Mediterranean" place of kabob rice hummus etc. although it was on a busy street in a so so part of town. It was 3:00, we needed to eat. I ordered a glass of wine and he surprised me with the whole bottle. I didn't obviously want to drink a whole bottle ...
... when Jess realised how long it would take to get to my hostel she realised we'd be cutting it fine to make it to the tapas tour she had booked. On the ride to the hostel, in my distraction of a head check and various other things, I tailed a car through an intersection that had a red light. Oops! But no cameras and no police luckily. Once we got to the hostel, reception took forever allocating her a room and giving her a key - by the time Jess had dropped off her luggage ...