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Travel Blogs from Cerdanyola del Valles
... main street, trying not to crash into locals, tourists, other cyclists, and not be run over by horse drawn carriages driven by Gypsies or trams ... Blackpool eat you heart out. We headed for a much smaller church located in central Seville, on the Plaza Salvador. This 'small' church, was still over the top extravagant. After this, we went in search of the Flamenco show, we had investigated the previous afternoon, and thankfully got tickets - something to really look forward to, ...
... sandcastle and from inside it is strongly influenced by extraterrestrial elements.
After so many impressions we drive back to Austria.
Wir landen als erstes an der Costa Brava in L’Escala, ein kleines gemütliches Fischerdorf am Mittelmeer, das weltberühmt ist für seine Sardellen. Wir genießen die romantische Stimmung in einer kleinen Bar am Strand. All die Orte, die wir bis jetzt besucht haben sind ...
... under construction and will be for another 80 years. It was started in the 1890s so similar to the great Gothic cathedrals of the 12th and 13th centuries will provide work for nearly 200 years!. The queue to get in stretched three quarters of the way around the block and if we stayed there we would not be able to do anything else. So content with looking from the outside we boarded the bus again there and travelled on.
Our next stop was at the Park ...
... this case, we entered through the kitchen into a room where prohibition seems unimaginable as shelves of liquor bottles flank each wall. We were served an immaculately presented 5 course dinner. I especially loved the starter, parmigiano cream with orechiette pasta. Thanks to the bartender that concocted the cinnamon gin & tonics for the two of us that wanted something more daring.
... Catedral (quite gothic catholic church) and then to the Palace of Catalan Music (this place was amazing, so much colour and artistically beautiful- Something special). We then rode (some on the tour could manage this better than others) around past the old Bull fighting Stadium (it is not used anymore as the Catalan People do not like the inhumanity of it all and it is actually illegal in this state) as we rounded up to the La Sagrada Familia (Antoni ...
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