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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... tours on each day and €3 dinners each night (still full from lunch we decided to save ourselves for the paella and sangria night the following evening). The woman at the desk laughed at Issy's laughed name, which I considered a personal success, and showed us to the large common area. A huge group was set up at the 2 long dining tables waiting for dinner, people were mulling around in the kitchen and there was a skating ramp in the corner, so we were needless to say ...
... this bus, we stood in the blazing sun for over half an hour waiting to catch the Green line bus - so much for "hopping on"!! The Green line bus drove us past the modern part of Barcelona, with many new high rise buildings, beaches and the Olympic Village. These apartments were built on an area which used to be slums. The entire slum district was bulldozed in order to build the Olympic Village, which also opened up the beach area where walking paths and restaurants were ...
... reception but the rubbish had already gone. So gutted because my card is the only one that works in foreign ATMs so we can't get any more cash out! Luckily Andy had plenty of cash and we can use his card to pay for things, just not use in ATMs. Anyway, we say goodbye to the group and head to the airport. Trying to get online to cancel cards etc but wifi no good. We land in Barcelona all good and head to our hostel. We follow the directions from the website but when ...
... apartment from the management company, Inside Barcelona. They said to tell the taxi driver to drop me off at Paddy’s Lane (an Irish bar) at Pla. del Palau and then walk to their office from there. My driver was very helpful and so concerned when the address I gave him was not an actual hotel or apartment—but he spoke very little English and my Spanish is non-existent, so I left him looking very worried as I walked away from the taxi—ha! I found the office ...
At this stage of my trip, I felt that I deserved a relaxing, lazy day lying on a beach. 40 minutes away by train lies the lovely beach town Sitges. The first thing I did was some very successful and ridiculously cheap shoe shopping. It's wonderful being in a country where size 35 is so abundant!!! I headed down to Plaja Bossa Radona, a beach famous for being gay-friendly. Sure enough, rainbow flags and friendly faces greeted me when I arrived. I had forgotten ...