- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
- Conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Can Carol Capellades
Travel Blogs from Capellades
... most amazing city you'll ever see! I booked a hostel for two days accidentally coz it was supposed to be for a week but I ended up staying with her for almost the whole week anyway, she invited me to her house and it went from there.. The girl I met in a coffee shop in Amsterdam and now we spent every night together.. I met her friends and learned a lot about her life. It was a great week but I still had to leave.. It's off to Luxembourg for the weekend and then ...
... thinking I was some sort of athlete I tried to leap frog one of the guys on
the top of the pile. I came crashing down on my knee. Got a grade 1 scratch.
After the race I would find out Baz caused that pile up by stampeding some poor
fella and Wade who was behind me did the exact same thing as me. We made the
arena and felt a rush which is hard to describe. We knew the girls would be in
the stands waiting for us to come in so we knew they would be relieved. I ...
The view from the top was really good giving you a 360 view of the surrounding area and the hills behind.
We started it in Berlin when we were their with Tim and his broken toe using the hop on hop off tour buses and decided to do the same here. It's a real good quick way to get a general impression of a city . The company has three tours so we bought a two day pass and took the red route. This is the main bus trip takes about two hours and we drive thru the ...
... another day he asked to get on the Singapore Airlines direct flight and they agreed.
He too has done the Camino Frances twice and while not having walked the Via de la Plata (VDLP) knows much about the bigger cities we will pass through. Merida which is a major place only because the emperor used to live there. Another place which has the oldest Roman ruins and Salamanca which has the most beautiful and oldest university in ...
... to walk there. It took us longer plus we stopped for brunch around the corner, probably the least enjoyable meal we've had on holiday and making it worse was that Ang's meal didn't have three of the advertised ingredients in it. It was worth the meal and walk to get to Pl. Espanya. The structures are outstanding. We spent a lot of time soaking up the views, not only of the immediate area, but the elevated nearby views of Barcelona. We took ...