Hotel Ultonia Girona
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... in a Zorb Ball and thne testing their luck in the 'rotating' Sprite bottle, we headed out for a nice stroll on the Passeig de Muralla. Taking in the views of the city and the snowy peaks of the Pyrenees with the sun setting in the background. Then it was a local dish of Costanyas, some Kürtos and lastly some good Girona liquor before heading back to the train for the return to Barcelona!
What a great trip to an incredible city and a great day spent with a good friend!
... passport control - ans we swept into Spain with a simple Espana sign the only indication that we had crossed no different from the entry in Scotland or Wales from England. First stop in Spain was Figueres for the most voisited toursit atttraction in Spain - the Dali Museum. An amazing building with eggs on the roof and a huge collection of Dali's work inside. The museum even has a few ...
... hotels chiseled into the rock. Will has found his new 'if I had enough money' holiday home destination. There were no campsites close by, we would have loved to see Begur light up in the evening. From Begur we drove 10 minutes to see the small fishing village, Sa Tuna. A very small village with one restaurant and a few boats moored. I'm glad we are traveling at this time of year. Yes some campsites are closed but theses little coves and villages we are getting to ...
... ihan poikki matkustamisesta ja menemme heti nukkumaan.
Olemme valinneet hotellin Nouvel tutun suosituksesta. Mainio valinta; erinomainen sijainti, mukava, englantia puhuva henkilökunta, isot, tilavat huoneet, vesi, myös lämminvesi tulee, oma parveke ja kunnollinen aamupala. Emme ole koskaan olleet Barcelonassa, eikä itse asiassa koko Espanjan mantereella. Otamme uusissa kohteissa yleensä aina turistibussikierroksen, että saa kohteesta jonkinlaisen kuvan, niin nytkin.
Confused with the title :)
We had combined our trip to Calella with Barcelona.
Its a an hour & ten minutes by train from Barcelona Sants to reach Calella by regional trains. Information can be sought at renfe.com Tickets costs 3.4 euros per person one way.
We had booked accomodation Mediterriani Express. It is a small Hotel managed by this wonderful person called ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed