Gran Hotel La Hacienda
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to get everybody involved if they want to make the larger pinyas (the densely packed bottom layer of people that is essential to give stability to the construction as well as a soft(ish) landing area in the event of a fall. In practice, this means that castellers from teams not currently constructing a castell are welcome to join the pinya, usually around the outside – and this happens all the time. Some of the towers we saw had no members of ...
... up on much needed sleep (after the thunder and lightning stopped, of course!). We didn't get going until noon and even then when we went out there weren't many people around. In total we walked 17 km today, just wandering the many narrow streets and the seaside. The weather improved later in the afternoon, but the locals were complaining about how cold it was. We had dinner ...
... and there being very little else of note in the town) I had to join it. The queue did snake past a whole series of cafes and Dali-catessens (their joke not mine) and people came out from these delis with samples on a tray, and promo leaflets so you would know where to go back to. Thus, with a combination of grazing in the market, and
grazing in the queue, by the time I reached the ticket office I was quite full.
The museum itself? Well this is where my powers of ...
... evening we went to this popular and busy restaurant. When I saw mussles on the menu, we just had to get them. They were the best I have ever had and the rest of the meal was great too.
The street food, such as hot dogs, fries, tacos, and other beef dishes were awesome as well. Even the buffet-style breakfast at our hotel was delicious.
In this town, I officially became a sorbet piglet. I just could not stop eating the sorbet. It was ...
... Nested between a mountain range and the ocean, the town is long and narrow (like Santa Barbara, or most of the Bay Area, or even Bariloche...), so we knew that we could walk from the train station to wherever the hotel might be (and it happened to be right across the boardwalk from the beach- so finding it was no problem... mosy on down to the water and then walk till you find the neon lights!). A map provided by the tourist information booth (along with ...