Hotel Besiberri

Address: C/ Deth Fort, 4, Catalonian Pyrenees, Catalonia, 25598, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on C/ Deth Fort, 4, Catalonian Pyrenees, is near Playa de Mil Palmeras.
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    Travel Blogs from Catalonian Pyrenees

    Do we need to do the laundry?

    A travel blog entry by drrich on Apr 30, 2015

    5 photos

    ... get a human answer as she was using headphones and on a call ( this modern society!). Still no outer signs that it was a B&B but we had found it and parking was across the road at the school. We hope that isn't a problem as everyone seems to park there. The house is 200 years old with big old rooms and furniture designed for short people with little legs or perhaps people who aren't older or bigger ...

    Heading towards the Pyrenees.

    A travel blog entry by drrich on Apr 23, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... noted it was closed for another hour due to car racing! They were 1950's to 70's cars and had passed but cleaning up was happening so time for a coffee!
    Forgot to mention even the breakfast at the B&B had small chocolate mud cakes hand made by proprietor so had to be eaten along with croissants and baguettes. Did have a bowl of healthy fruit pieces so that must even it ...

    Auterive to Mazeres sur Salat

    A travel blog entry by gerryanddavid on Oct 02, 2014

    14 photos

    We came across Saint Sulpice sure Léze at lunch time. Splitting the vehicles, we drove into the partly medieval town, to find a wonderful green centre with a more modern Mairie. The sky is blue, the birds are singing and the fields, whether ploughed or not look wonderful. The aire was by the river - with another weir. Oh so ...

    Day Eleven (Popping the ears)

    A travel blog entry by slog on Sep 11, 2014

    17 photos

    ... glass of beer and - jarra - for a larger glass (though the j is Spanish is pronounced as a phlegmatic H rather than the usual English and softer j.) I asked for the jarra and quietly told his retreating form to "Hurry" in an equally phlegmatic way.

    We later returned to the bustling venue for a late meal as is the custom in this country. The joint was buzzing but the only popping tonight was the extraction of cork from the many bottles of vino disappearing all around ...

    Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by juliesspain on Sep 11, 2014

    2 photos

    Good luck this morning - there was a produce and everything else market at the little town we stayed at last night. We have bought heaps of little gifts , it was a fun experience negotiating in Spanish / English/ sign language. We have made it to Barcelona in one piece. Spanish drivers are crazy !, somehow we have managed to ...