Hotel Sidorme Barcelona Mollet
Travel Blogs from Mollet del Valles
... of the signs, in the airport and all over the city, were listed first in Catalonia, then English, and THEN Spanish. Many people spoke Spanish, and Catalonian and Castilian (the Spanish of Spain) are similar in some ways, so we didn’t have any problems communicating or navigating.
We landed and took the aerobus to the Plaza de Espana in the city, where Halley Claire and Keelan were all waiting. After a loud and excited greeting from those three, we exchange hugs ...
... During halftime, I went down to Deck 5 to set up my satellite Internet package for the cruise. I bought the 250-minute package for $100; same rate as Royal Caribbean charged on my last cruise in April/May. But Norwegian adds a $4 “activation fee” – what a jip. But I did score 50 bonus minutes – 20 through a first-day promotion and 30 from being a Bronze member of Latitudes, NCL’s frequent-cruiser program. You had to specifically ask for the Latitudes ...
... still going on and could be finished some time in the
first third of the 21st century.
We found a place to park and headed out to view this incredible building. (We plan to get a tour to see the inside on another date as we were all too tired at this point) It is really something! We found a little place to eat. I had paella with seafood (when in Rome or in this case, Spain). It was delish!!
Then it was back to the apartment for some much needed rest...to be continued.
... hostess, so we watched what other people were doing. One couple walked in and found a table. A waiter immediately came over and handed them menus and place settings. We thought this was the process, so we sat down. After several minutes of no service, we noticed the other couple had already been served an appetizer and drinks. A few moments later and a new couple came in and sat down. They were immediately served as well. I'm not sure what we did, but ...
... found the correct address for the hotel which was about a 15min walk away. I found the hotel, had a clean up (2 days in the same clothes wasn't the fun bit of the cruise) and we headed down to the beach front to find something to eat and have a few quiet drinks. Most dangerous saying in history is a few quiet drinks but I'll get to that. We had a feed (funnily enough at the Santa Marta pub I had accidentally gone to earlier) and some local sangria. With a fully belly and our ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking