Avenida Sofia Hotel & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
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... crisis. We have a lot to think about in this property. It's now 5.42 pm and we have an appointment at 6.30 pm with the other agent Lara to see hopefully three more apartments, although she has only guaranteed one to us. Another drink, a rest and then we are off. ... Back now. The apartment we saw had amazing views over Sitges and out to sea. I loved the roof top view of Sitges the best. Really lovely, but for me the interior didn't work somehow. The living ...
On our final day I left the boat in search of some wine to bring home and a final meal. After an hour of aimlessly walking I found a shop to purchase my wine. I continued down this random side street to a small restaurant, buzzing with people enjoying this beautiful Friday afternoon. I sat at the bar and again, through broken Spanish picked out a tortilla, albondigas (giant homemade meatball), and an espresso. For 3.50 euros. Amazing. A group behind ...
... character. Little lanes and alleys make for a maze to explore, dotted with cafes and shops. Above, little terraces, balconies and clothes lines overhang the street. Les Rambles, is one of the worlds most famous shopping promenades, allegedly. To me, it didn't seem particularly special; a wide street with stalls and a path through the middle, between traffic. We stopped at a food market on the way, with fresh seafood and all manner ...
... site. We then went back to our hotel for a rest before dinner. We headed to Passeig de Gracia to take a look inside La Pedrera before making our way to Momos Asian tapas restaurant in a very cool little neighborhood off Gran de Gracia. Dinner was really unique and delicious, especially the Chinese black rice with coconut and mango I had for dessert. Back to the hotel for packing and sleep.
... really. I have done precious little the past two days after all the excitement of my arrival.
Yesterday being Sunday I correctly assumed that not much would be open here other than seafront restaurants so I had a very long and leisurely stroll from one end of the town to the other, which turned out to be much farther than i thought! It was delightfully sunny but chilly from the wind, which is just how i like it. Despite this, there were people swimming in the sea, and ...