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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 ...
"Well passing the border from a state to another
Filled with people whom I couldn't help to relate to
And we stopped a while at a roadside restaurant
Where the waitress was sitting outside smoking in her car
She had that look of total fear in her eyes
And as we drove away from there she looked at me and
I keep running around, trying to find the ground
But my head is in the stars, and my feet are in the sky..."
... 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 ...
... circles for about a half an hour. Finally, we just decided to take a taxi, who simply drove us around the corner. Needless to say, we felt very stupid.
The hotel is a super cute bed and breakfast with only 6 rooms. The staff are very friendly and speak very good english. I'm not sure why, but I am super nervous about speaking spanish here - partly because most people here speak Catalan and I don't want to look stupid.
After a quick hour to settle in, my ...
After 6 train changes which again meant we didn't have to spend much more money (just a few Euro's for seat reservations) we arrived into Barcelona in the middle of the night we settled into our 12 bed dorm! It was straight to bed as we made a few plans for the next morning.
For our first day in Barcelona and Spain we tagged along onto a free walking tour, this turned out to be a great decision as we learnt a lot along the way as well as ...