Hotel El Xalet
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Stayed at the Hotel Noucentista annex just down the street. Decent value for an expensive town like Sitges - cozy room with big bathroom, a/c, TV. Great courtyard with a pool, nice spot for a good breakfast and dinner.
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Last weekend, my friend Kristina and I took a train to Sitges, a city just a bit North of Tarragona. What I really loved about this city was the beauty in the architecture and the elaborate artistic details in what could just be ordinary. For example, take a look at the picture of the house number. In general Sitges is a fun, beautiful little city, that makes a great day trip from Tarragona or ...
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... Pinxtos are little nibbles on sticks traditionally eaten in the Basque area of northern Spain. Can't wait to get there! If you go to Barcelona I recommend this tour highly. Great value (49 euro) all food and drinks included and it takes you to places you would never find on your own. And if you did you probably wouldn't go in! Tapas 'en El Barrio' www.urbanadventures.com. There's my free plug and number one travel tip for Barcelona ...
At approximately 1.6 million people, Barcelona is the largest metropolitan city resting on the Mediterranean Sea. It's a vibrant metropolis containing historic architecture with a thriving modernistic feel. Just a block from the Renaissance, the heart of the city, Placa Catalunya, the Central Park, lies at the head of La Rambla Street. Our City tour began here on a double decker bus with headphones and a personalized audio tour in 12 ...
... fun or they're an interesting or classy or funny or boring group of intellectuals or snobs or hippies or whatever, you can't describe the group as intimately as you can describe that one person you connected with sitting next to you.
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