Onix Fira Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... There was a group of 12 people in front of us all the way from Seville, they talked loudly, in Spanish of course, the whole way, the wives laughing, the men playing cards, and telling stories, they had a great time!
Like the Basque area around San SebastiŠn, the area around the North East of Spain, near Barcelona, also has it's own cultural identity. The majority of people describe themselves as Catalan, and have ...
... This voyage is not a common trip MSC do. The northern cruises have finished and MSC are touring the south now. This might explain why the timing, disembarkment procedures and tours have been poor.
Today's excursion was a complete disaster and I am feeling disappointed in other people for their bad behaviour. Our tour of Barcelona included the highlights of Barcelona, Montserrat and wine tasting. The tour cost £52.90 pp and the duration ...
... and Gail's smoked duck breast (chef on the French barge). There was almost nothing Taylor disliked (growth spurt on this trip, big time), however if he had to pick, Taylor disliked the French pates and ratatouille. * Evan loved the fresh French baguettes. He disliked spanicopita. * Marin loved Gail's avocado salad (chef on the French barge), Greece's Greek salads and Italy's bolognese sauce. Marin disliked Spain's fried sardines (whole ...
... the touristy places, the town cathedral, the Olympic stadium, lots of museums, the seminarians quarters, which she described as "the backside of the priests factory", some of Gaudi's buildings, the waterfront area and "The Rambla's". We drove past all the city highlights and stopped for photos at a city lookout which gave fantastic views over the whole city. The area is surrounded by beautiful gardens which are well ...
... they now hold a music/jazz festival in the summer. Sommieres was nearby Junas on the Green Way and was a perfect distance for a night out or to go to their Saturday market. It was a quiet medieval town with small thoroughfares connecting up areas in the village. There were little beautiful details everywhere you looked. The night we cycled in for dinner, there was also a music festival going on. Five stages were set up all around the town with ...