Xalet la Coromina
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... time. Not great for the suspension of his minibus.
Girona was lovely. Rowan wouldn't go and see the cathedral - we are going to Sagrada Familia on Saturday and one cathedral a week is enough for anyone! But we did go round the 11th century Arab baths, and then she took us round numerous souvenir shops. We weren't very hungry after a 4pm lunch, but managed a burger before our 9pm pick up. Gareth was still in a bad mood after our delayed set off, but drove at a more moderate pace.
... unlimited amounts of sangria during the show. After the show we moved on as a group to a small bar where we danced the night away (Aimee did some Charlie in the bathroom, I lost it when she told me, was some funny stuff. Especially when she didn't know what Charlie was #noregrets) Back to the room to skull some water for our earliest start to date the next morning. PS - We both used a bidet for the very first time. Funny story to share ...
... overpriced lunch and them hit the beach. No sand just tiny shells hard to walk on but surprisingly comfortable to lay on. Just as well with 7 of us sharing 2 towels there isn't much towel to stretch out on! We are off to the organic cafe for dinner before last chance shopping and maybe some cycling on our last day in Barcelona ...
... trance music and smoked cigarettes the whole way to The-Middle-of-Nowhere, Spain, then pulled off the highway near a gas station and cheerfully let me out, not even near Girona, the next town north from Barcelona. After half an hour I sat down for some dinner on the curb of the gas station, when a pierced lesbian couple offered to take me to the train station. Trains to Girona are only 5 euro, absolutely worth it to get me on my way. But the ...
... through the Stations of the Cross, represented with individual pieces of artwork along the route. It was then time to head back down the mountain and catch our train back to Jamie's ready for our journey to the Nou Camp. After keeping ourselves entertained on the train by playing the name game, we arrived in Barcelona for the main event. We followed the crowd to the Nou Camp, which was a sight befitting to their status as one of the leading football clubs in the world - ...