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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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After an afternoon in Andorra I headed back on the bus through Catalonia and arrived back by early evening in Barcelona.
Having been to Barcelona once before I was a little unsure if the city would entertain me. However as this had been a day trip over ten years ago I was proved wrong. There was more than enough to keep me occupied.
... square where the two opposing houses literally sit opposite each other. The two parties don't agree on anything and so when people protest in this square, which happens a lot, no one really knows which house their protesting at. Eventually some one will come out and be like "hey yep I know you guys want more buttons on your shirts and were all about that, so head over that side and protest to them cos they don't want more buttons on shirts!" Pretty ...
... restaurant which had advertised tapas and a 3 course meal so we thought lets go for it. I tried my first ever sangria whilst tucking into various tapas and paella.
To finish off the night we decided to visit Museu De L'Erotica which was a sex museum. We found this interesting and just something funny to do. On the way back up Las Ramblas we stopped for ice ...
... They had huge pieces of parma ham selling at €150... well not for our budget.
The day before i said to Rudi we should try some different food e.g. Mexican, Chinese etc... So Rudi was in charge of finding a new place to eat. After his long search on TripAdvisor and looking at the comments he found Panchitos a small Mexican restaurant.
So we went on search of this Panchitos place, which was actually hard to ...
... of the founder of Casa Sala, married Pedro Ferrer Bosch of La Freixeneda. This era saw the gradual loss of Spain's colonies and grape production diminishing due to the phylloxera plague that had destroyed red grape vines across Europe. Inspired by the success of Champagne, CodornÝu and others encouraged vineyard owners to replant with white grape varieties like Macabeu, Parellada and Xarel•lo to use for sparkling wine production. These grapes ...