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... Catlunya in the more central area. This was gunna be her first solo travel via the metro and although she seemed a lil anxious, I gave her good directions and with her previous experiences she felt ok about it. The truth of this muted confidence would be revealed at 4pm!
So I got back on the bike with vague plans and then just followed my nose on a random ramble for the next five hours. By day's end, I am sold on the use of a bicycle in this city. Cyclists are so ...
... beer and soft drink £15 each which was fine. Although i found that the portions of the tapas was quite small. The prawn and garlic tapas was a bit oily i've tasted better in some other places.
For dessert we thought it would be nice just to go have a drink and grab a cornetto my favourite from one of those stalls on the road. Around 1.70 euros for the ice cream.
Hotel bed are very comfortable and the air con is great. Love the Bathroom as well.
... as far as Montpellier in the north, and Lorca in the south. The 'Trenhotel' night train to Granada and the 'Estrella' night train to Madrid also call here. Note that it's best to buy train tickets a few days ahead during the high season to avoid getting stuck in one place. However, you always have the chance to take a stop-train, which is reasonable when coming from Barcelona, as it basically takes the same amount of time.
Tarragona is also close to the Camp de Tarragona ...
... Catalonia in the summer of 2000 on a school trip which was incidentally, my first foreign holiday!
Most of my visits to this country have been to the same resort – L’Estartit, however we have also stayed in Tossa de Mar.
For travellers, Catalonia can be its own worst enemy – some coastal resorts seem to cater only ...
We packed our new suitcases and couldn't decide whether to keep the lime green one or not. In the end we left it behind and so far no regrets as it would be a nuisance. With instructions on the metro and trains to Park Güell (Gaudi Gardens), we made our way there. The metro is very simple and we found the gardens easily enough after the huge haul up several flights of steep stairs! ...