Las Ramblas Bacardi Apartments
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... with the vision showing the coaches, spectators and anything other than the game itself.)
Eventually, by the grace of persistence and some non-native cunning, I located the lavadaria and was able to get our load washed and dried ( with the extra bonus of enjoying a refreshing ale nearby). It all took some time before I eventually returned to find J was somewhat anxious I'd disappeared (I reminded her we had already made a successful and safe exit from the town ...
After a bit of a sleep in we went to Brunch and Cake for breakfast. Good choice!
After that we headed to passeig de Gracia for some gaudi watching. Saw the casa battlo but unfortunately the pedrera was being renovated so couldn't see it. After a walk around the gothic quarter and a look at the amazing Palau de la musica we headed to the ...
... br> All of Tarragona's sites are within walking distance of the train station. Taxis and local trains can take you further.
Cathedral--Tarraco UNESCO World Heritage Site complex of Roman ruins including colosseum.
Universitat Rovira i Virgili--The beaches are north of town. Avoid pollution from the town's larger shipping port (one of the biggest in Spain) by walking a way up the beach. There is a nice walk following the shoreline, about 6-7 km long, where you ...
... somehow he was able to get it to take the bills. Whew!!!! I was like "DANKE SHON" big time!!! Then we waited and no trains were coming.., the times on the board did not move, and they made some long announcement in German. No one seemed to be scrambling for alternative transportation, so we stayed put. Train came a few minutes later and it was a boring ride - except for the 2 Japanese chicks across from us who I'm pretty sure were discussing whether karl was a boy or a girl. Decided ...
... like I could live in them. Until Barcelona. I will come back here and live for a few months at some point in my life.
I get out of the airport and head to Universidad. I will be couchsurfing for 3 nights at Lutty’s place, a Brazilian guy living in Barcelona who I met in Helsinki. It is instances like these where I feel so privileged to be have a vast network of fellow travellers. All I needed to do was to drop a line to him and I have a place to ...