Gran Hotel La Hacienda
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... The teams taking part were as follows:
- Tirallongues de Manresa
· Castellers de Berga
· Castellers de Mallorca
· Castellers de Badalona
· Colla Jove Xiquets de Vilafranca
· Vailets de l'Empordą
· Colla de Castellers de Caldes de Montbui
· Castellers d'Altafulla
· Castellers de Castelldefels
· Nyerros de la Plana
· Castellers de les Roquetes
We had planned to go to Barcelona today, but there was a drastic change in weather which made us decide to wait until tomorrow. The gods were bowling early this morning and getting strike after strike over our heads. We are glad we are not on the top floor of this building! A couple of times I jumped out of bed the thunder was so loud. It poured for a few hours so we just stayed in ...
... on in the main square. Lots of quaint craft stalls and plenty of meat, cheese and sweet stalls offering free samples so I grazed my way round there for a while. One stall was selling Sobresada de Mallorca which a friend has informed is THE best type. They were being sold as huge lumps wrapped in some kind of skin so had the appearance of enormous fluorescent orange haggis. I bought two. When I reached the museum it was open but the queue was hideously long. However, having come all ...
... 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 ...