Hotel Sidorme Barcelona Mollet
Travel Blogs from Mollet del Valles
... and decided to stay in Montpellier. Hostels seem too expensive though so I tried out AirBNB. I´ve now organised to stay with a French woman called Valerie in my own private room in Montpellier for $26 a night which is much better than the $35 a night for hostels. It also means I will get a bit of a different experience. I went to bed kind of late last night after chatting to some Israeli girls. Finally, I´m socialising in the hostel! In bed at 11.30pm. playing on my phone ...
... for San Sebastián. I'm looking forward to iseeing what Olivia loved about it, going to a hostel for the first time ever. If my experience reflects what I've had here in a Bnb then it should be good. My pack is packed, everything appears to fit... A little too snug, there is no space for me to even slide a pair of socks in.... My affirmation is "keep calm and move forward" Adios ...
... leaving soon and wanted to know before leaving. The powdered sugar covered roll was flaky, crunchy, soft and delicious. Planning to have one for breakfast tomorrow. Can't wait to get back to my normal diet, though!
I'm so tired, hasta manyana!
Since tomorrow will be my full last day, I went to spend it without an agenda. I just want to do what I love most, wander the streets and make discoveries. So happy to live in the middle of it all!
... The stones from this hill played a major role in the construction of Barcelona's great structures. After our tour we came back to our room to rest after a day in the sun and sightseeing. For dinner we went back town to the Beach to the waterfront restaurants and nightclubs to have dinner and go out. This city eats and stays up late and has a siesta during the day. We ate dinner at Agua restaurant and grabbed a drink after at CDLC, a Lounge next door on the ...
... by the Catalonians during the Spanish war. The Catalonians were republicans and were against Franco’s rise to power. They were inevitably outnumbered.
Outside the cathedral there were some buskers playing jazz. They had a piano on wheels, a trumpet and a banjo. They were very good and the banjo player sang in a voice that made it sound like he was singing on a 1920s radio ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking