Catalonia Park Putxet Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCatalonia Park Putxet Hotel Barcelona
Amazing Muffins! The muffins at breakfast is what I took away from this place. If a place has good food, its all good in my books. The hotel was lovely though. The rooms was huge, a big bathroom, I believe we had bath, free wi-fi, a common room type area in the lobby with a bar attached. We didn't have time to explor what was around our hotel as we we driven around 20 mins into the city centre. There did seem to be cafes, and shops etc on the way.
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Today is our full day in Barcelona. We began the day with breakfast, at which point we were presented with what will possible be the best muffins of the whole tour. They were fresh, and warm, and soft, and had that homemade taste. Beautiful! I will definitely be packing a few for our bus trip tomorrow. After the muffins, we piled …
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