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Travel Blogs from Vilanova i la Geltru
... disappointed not to be allowed to stop!! Our map was pretty useless when it came to city navigation so we put our trust in Doris the sat nav and hoped for the best when it came to finding the best route around Barcelona…….true to form she took us straight through the middle!!!!! This was not a pleasant experience and nerves were frayed by the time we eventually arrived at our campsite at Vilanova i la geltru.
... ask for. We were shown into the only available room to find it was the 'superiour' room complete with its own sitting room and huge marble fireplace. We were quite thirsty after our busy day of sightseeing and had a few beers before heading out for dinner. Fancied something simple and found a lovely restaurant with gorgeous fresh salad bar. Also had a 'traditional' catalan dish which turned out to be bacon, cabbage and spuds - spanish style ! You can take the ...
... door, but no sign of it now. It will be interesting to compare now and then photo's. You can see where different architects have taken over. Apparently there are another 6 or so towers to be built!!
We loved Barcelona - the whole atmosphere and ambience, very ...
This is the port city nearest Rome. It's about 90 minute train ride back to the beautiful chaos of Rome. Since we had just been there we decided to partake in a ship excursion that would take us to Lake Bracciano and then to a vineyard for some wine tasting. We boarded the bus and off we went through the countryside to visit the small lakeside town with narrow streets and wonderful lake views. Afterwards we visited Casale ...
... br> potentially one of the most opulent buildings in Paris, as it is absolutely
dripping with gold on the outside of the building. It even has a sweeping
carriage entrance at the back as Napolean was unhappy with the amount of
assassination attempts he suffered at the main entrance. We then wandered back
along the Champs Elysee, looking in all the expensive shop windows, before
reaching the Arc de Triomphe. Napoleon had the Arc built as he wanted his