Girona. What a lovely City. We arrived in there without any booking, walking in the main pedestrian street looking around. The tourism office indicated that the Peninsular is a good option. The public areas were nice and wormy. Nice decorations, flowers and an intimate atmosphere. That was nice.
The room was rather Spartan. 2 twin beds in a small room without any warmth in the room itself. The mattress was too hard and the pillows were small long, like a sausage. Not very comfortable. The light bulb next to the bed was so soft so it was impossible to read my book. Even the soap in the bathroom was so tiny that you needed a magnifying glass. The towels were small and thin, suffering from too much washing.
However the shutters were electronic and the button was next to the bed and that was very convenient. It was quiet so we slept fine.
I wonder why one could invest so much energy and care on public a reason one hand, neglecting the bed rooms on the other hand?
I really do.More
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