Hotel Los Globos
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Los Globos Sitges
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... Lara at the estate agency and stopped in to chat. She sent us an email we didn't receive about viewing one of the properties today at 11 am. Unfortunately we missed it and there was now a tenant in the property so that was that. We nevertheless arranged to view a few other properties with her at 6.30 pm today so we will see something with her at least. On the way home we picked up a couple of Pudd's favourite cakes at his favourite patisserie. We are now having ...
... cake, raspberry yogurt parfait, and something akin to a creme brulee topped with a streusel. I finally found a Priorat wine so we sipped on that as we finished our meal. This place was such a gem and an amazing way to start our time in Barcelona. We thanked the chef before leaving, in awe of the experience we just had.
We walked around to a few shops, just taking in all that was around us. As the rain picked up we stopped in another quaint ...
... Back to the paella restaurant for dinner and AJG had black rice paella - that's paella coloured with squid's ink - unusual but tasty! On the way back to the hotel, AJG bought a six pack of Steinlager beer for $2.25 - he now wants to emigrate to Spain. Admittedly they were only 200 ml stubbies but that's still about a third of the price of Australian beer - and you can buy a reasonable bottle of red wine for $3!! We really do like Barcelona - it is a nice friendly and relatively cheap ...
... it is not fully completed it is awe inspiring and a must see for anyone who com to Barcelona. Whilst Gaudi died in 1926 with only the "Nativity" side of the church completed , architects and builders from then on have continued his dream primarily from plans and models that he had done whilst alive.
Gaudi said that one day Barcelona would be famous for his church and he was correct. With only six of ...
... fractured spanish they were trying to tell people below that they had locked themselves out by closing the balcony door behind them. But they were confusing potential rescuers by having a huge argument with each other about what the spanish for "locked out" was. I volunteered to go and tell reception before blood started to flow. But in reception i struggled a bit because i also didnt know the word for "locked out". I had at this point forgotten that they spoke English. Anyway with ...