Hotel Catalonia Castellnou
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... situation in Spain, the streets are filled with people, shops are busy. I didn't see any bread lines or homeless people littering the streets. The streets are being decorated for Christmas already (I guess they don't have to wait until Thanksgiving is over).
This evening we walked to one of the hundreds of restaurants that are everywhere and had a delicious dinner. There is literally a restaurant or tapas bar in every other shop. A lot of them ...
... We had a pitiful send off on the train where we both looked like retards tearing up in a carriage full of people just going about there daily business. Ive never been graceful at goodbyes. but one of the great things about travel however is that you can make an absolute fool of yourself wherever you are, because then you move on and no one has any idea you were that person crying on a train during rush hour in barcelona. Unless your like me and go ahead and write about it on your ...
... our first ever try of sangria which is a drink they have in Spain which is usually red wine mixed with some sort of fruity mixture. It can also be made with white wine. Our was made with red wine, I really didn't like it. It just tasted like wine and nothing else so I bought some sprite and mixed it in with it which made it taste a lot nicer. I also got to catch up with Kellie who I met in London. It was so good to catchup and hear about what they have been doing on ...
... way around with views in every direction. The most interesting ones were towards the palace and the light show, and also down on the Plaša d’Espa˝a itself. We eventually decided that we should head back to camp to get some rest for the next day.
We headed in to town to do one of our guidebook’s walking tours in the morning. We set off and soon found the street we were meant to be walking down. It was packed with people and we ...
... visited what seemed like a typical complex of apartments in Tenerife. I'm not too sure what the point was but there were some lovely views and the architecture was very grande. Afterwards we walked for an hour back to our hotel room along La Rambla (I had the most delicious Crepe to celebrate pancake day: late!) and then we got ready to go out. I actually had some bad news today about the death of an acquaintance: and my room mate was unfortunately feeling ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility