Aparthotel Miami Park
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
Photos of Aparthotel Miami Park
TripAdvisor Reviews Aparthotel Miami Park Calella
Travel Blogs from Calella
... After lunch and gelato, we went to the Gothic Quarter (Barri Gotic) and saw a Gothic Cathedral, some markets, musicians and even a headless man (doing a trick). Then we had some yummy pastries (muffin, meringues and Xurros) for a snack and bought fans for Ben and Jon. Then we caught the train to the beach. Ben and Jon played on the beach and we bought dinner from the markets. We had empanadas (meat pies), fresh orange juice and chocolate churros for desert. What a great ...
... easy ride to La Barceloneta which is Barcelona's main beach. The incredible part is that Barcelona did not have a beach as such until the 1992 Olympic Games were held in Barcelona and then they built Barceloneta beach in what was one of the least desirable parts of the city, shipping the sand in and now topping it up each year. It is now a colourful mass of people walking, on bikes, on segways - in fact people everywhere. Biked to ...
... of the Spanish passion involved in the game (it also reminded me the lawn bowls season is soon to start back in Oz though this thought was but fleeting).
I was drawn to a large, multi-angled roof and as I came closer I recalled bus audio commentary about a large market but hadn't connected the audio with the visual until I approached and found this enormous roof covers a multi-level area of hundreds of stalls offering an amazing array of items. Some are brand new ...
... a brief tour of the Monastery. Ian and I decided an ice cream was in order after all that sweating and walking, so we only spent a few minutes in the church. We then headed off for Barcelona, the last stop of our Explorer tour. One of our group, Miranda, celebrated her birthday today and we went out for dinner at a local restaurant. We had also sung her happy birthday on the bus and toasted her during our cava ...
... Pete & I went to the beach at Barceloneta and had some beers at the beach bar we found two days before. In the evening we all went to Señyor Parellada a restaurant I had found a couple of years ago. We finished off the night with some gelatis and Ballantyne's whiskey. All these places were within 30 metres of our ...