Las Ramblas Apartments I
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... had a very Eastern European feel; decrepit buildings and uneven maze-like roads. Thankful to be near a coastline again, Ryan and I spent a solid day at the beach before knocking out a hike with views over the city. We were in Lisbon over the weekend and our hostel ("G Spot Party Hostel") took care of our nighttime activities. This hostel was literally 90% Australians and as filthy as the name suggests. ...
... the hotel was. Anyway I got to the hotel in the end through showing him the exact address on Google, he put his arms up and kept saying Si Si. I knew that was a good sign, I think I paid more money than i thought it was but I was grateful to be at the hotel. I couldnt check in till 2pm so decided to walk around and find some food and to come back at 1pm. I found a cute little place with an outdoor area, I had a look at ...
... in Barcelona many years ago. It was pretty
neat to be where many Olympic athletes had been.
Things I did not like about Barcelona,
Too many people, and tourists, I could not walk down the
street without bumping into people, or constantly having to watch where I was
People constantly trying to sell me things, on the beach and
during the Magical Fountain ...
... Sunday, our last day in Firenze, we decided go at a slower pace and get on the Hop On Hop Off bus and do 2 of the 3 lines as we had not done this last time we were here. One of the stops was Piazzale Michelangelo which has a massive green marble statue of David and stands in the place where the original David stood. Piazzale Michelangelo also has a fantastico view of all of Firenze but when we got up there we realised something even better ...
... a fortnightly online 'what's on' guide called 'publics' which can be accessed via the ajuntament website.
Buy There are many interesting shops along the Rambla Nova and in the streets around it, as well as in the old part of the city. A lot of typical Catalan stuff can be bought there.
Eat Tarragona has a number of small bars, restaurants, and cafes serving the usual selection of tapas, bocadillos (sandwiches), and local seafood dishes. The best area to browse ...