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The country I've visited most is the beautiful autonomous community of Catalonia (which I refer to as a country as most of the locals do).
Catalonia is a beautifully rugged and friendly place, nestled in the northeast of Spain. It is most known for its Costas which appear to be most popular with English, German and Scottish tourists.
... bank card and then waiting for the bus in question. We boarded the city bus at about 11:15 so not too bad for timing. The bus was clean, busy but thankfully airconditioned as morning temperature had reached mid 20's already. We headed to Placa De Catalunya considered the centre of Barcalona with a very large and pretty square acting as the focal point. Large fountains, palm trees and many many toursists toodled ...
... in even thinking about vacation. I need some time to adjust to all the changes happening in our life this year, first!
Again, thanks for reading. I could have written for hours more about some of the little quirky things that happened in the ports or things we did each day but then my blogs would be ten pages every day. It’s the strange things you’re not expecting when traveling abroad that make it exciting and ...
... nice and relaxing. For dinner we went to this Mexican place we saw the night before. They had margaritas and mojitos for only 3.50 euros. We got guac (which was pretty good) and I got tacos with queso on the side and it was really good!!
The next day we went to this market with lots of food and then walked around a bit more. We went back and napped. For dinner we made tortellini which was really good and had a ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility