Hotel Catalonia Barcelona 505
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we split the driving with Jonny doing the first leg to Toledo. In our guidebook,Toledo is described as ‘mini Rome’ and we are not disappointed. We are greeted with a steep climb up to cobbled streets which are highly decorated from Corpus Christi. Despite high numbers of tourists the city is quiet and we explore its twists and turns before seeking refuge for a small, cold beer and the first wifi for several days. On return to the van, we find our gas has ...
... across-the-staircase washing line and sourced me a nice stand up dryer. So I hung the clothes up outside to dry so they will smell nice . It's a scorcher of a day so Alfred an I went back down to the park where he made friend with a little Spanish girl and ate some sand! Hmm nice! This evening I had to meet up with Anna the personal trainer, it was only for an assessment and we are going to meet again for my first session on Thursday. Whoop whoop. ...
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... predominantly sold fish ( surprising that being right next to the sea) and Jill doesn't like fish so we had to head into town for something else. We meander through the narrow streets of the Gothic Quarter and have a meal in a small Italian, Jill has carbonara and I go for the tagliatelle with lobster. I know I have a reputation as a food snob but I was a little worried when half a lobster arrived on one plate and the pasta on another, I was going to have to crack the lobster ...
... The food was decent; we tried the national drink, Sangria and nearly stumbled out the door because it was so strong. We got smalls which were slightly larger than pint glasses, the wine it contained could probably get you drunk off the smell. We decided to stay away from anything in buildings after our experiences and stick to booths where they don't care if you gawk at items or not.
We also found our way to a side street that contained the largest farmer's market I've ...