Gran Hotel La Hacienda
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
- Room service
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Drove my colleague of 7 days Pat Lawton to airport this morning and a short drive down coast to Sitges where I will stay tonight. Parked on seafront in glorious sunshine.The drive from Barceloa down id winding around rock coast but the road is wide enough for driving a motorhome like mine. I attach a few pictures of Barcelona from ...
... Along the way we wanted to see exactly how far the place we liked is from the sea so we walked through the lanes to explore the area. It is very close to the beach - it's maybe 300 metres away. The best part was the other things that were nearby. Wonderful small lane-ways that wind around. There's one junction were a few lane-ways meet and there are fantastic shops on each corner. It reminded me of 5 ways in ...
Our tour started out on a big bus with about 15 of us at 10am and were drinking by 11. I considered this a bit early but luckily I ran into some fun loving Canadians who were prepared to suffer along with me. Our first stop was the Jean Leon winery. He was originally from Spain emigrated to New York, met Frank Sinatra as well as many Hollywood actors while working as a cab driver. He became friends with James Dean and ...
We said goodbye to Thomas and headed back to my aunt's place, getting lost at La Defense on the way. Those damn down arrow signs! ;-0 My aunt had another wonderful meal for us for our last nite, including braised pork, some pretty delicious foie gras and, of course, lots of schnapps to go around.
Altho we would have loved to stay longer and continue enjoying her great hospitality, the next morning we headed to airport excited about our ...
... back to Barca. We found a cheap lunch place which included water and beer, so we decided to try it out. It was a Basque restaurant right on the boardwalk, closely overlooking the ocean and great for people watching. We ordered the same thing: Jamon con Melon for the first plate, Trout a la Planca con una ensalada for the second, and a Lemon Sorbet for the dessert. All of it was so delicious and was topped off with a frosty beer. The melon was ...