Hotel Medium Sitges Park
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... don't get wifi on level 3, so after breakie we have come down to the ground floor to check our emails etc. this is where I am typing this from now. We've decided to go for a walk this morning. The sun is out and shining very brightly. It's going to be 28° today in Sitges. After the walk we'll hit the beach. ... It's now 7.27 pm. We've had a lovely day. After breakfast we headed through the Old Town and came across a real estate agent. We've been thinking of buying ...
... people packed on the bus. When the second bus pulled up we watched as the people once again swarmed and mobbed the bus as if they might just miss it. Leah and I stood back by the flight attendants and watched in amusement as the people packed in like sardines blinked at us out the windows. Finally, the third bus pulled up and there were only 12 of us left. So we marched onto our bus with a smug sense of entitlement to our leather seats and swanky décor. We outsmarted the rest of ...
... rain falls, and I hover under the eaves of a building along the edge of the square to stay dry. Teams in running gear are bunched up in the crowd, I notice a very large contingent of folks wearing in-line skates, and eventually there's a torch lighting ceremony presumably to kick off some sort of road race.
We wander off the square about a block, pull into a tapas restaurant for dinner. We order about 6 items, and all 6 are brought out together ...
... block.. normally, I'm not much of a wait-er, but these sandwiches were literally the greatest I've ever had, ever. Imagine a rainbow wrapped in sunshine wrapped in thick crusty bread with 5 different sauces on top.. but, like, better. It's a total tourist stop, but I'm not even mad about my obsession, nor the fact that I spent probably 3 hours out of my trip getting 2 sandwiches. Worth it.
Enjoy the pictures and my next delayed post - ...
... and palaces. What they call a palace, we would call a stately home. Even though they were small, they are supposed to be worth a visit. They were all shut for refurbishment, as indeed it seemed that much of Sitges was that day. But after a couple of coffees and tapas in a little bar, me and my caffeine buzz bounced off the walls of the surrounding streets, and i whiled away a happy day just walking here and there.
Picked up more supplies in the supermarket. I find it amusing ...