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Travel Blogs from Igualada
... juices, crepes and so on. We spent ages in this market as Jess was determined to find this special cured ham she liked for the 1 euro she bought it for yesterday, but she could only find it for 5 euros. Eventually we gave up and had ice cream instead - that plan worked for me. It was getting late and because Jess had decided to change to my hostel (I'm sure you'll read all about that!), I needed to take her to her old hostel, get her luggage, and take it up to the new ...
... tour I went through a park to and looked at a massive fountain the Casada Monumental and then to Barcelona’s Arc de Triumph which although big is not as grand as the Paris’s one. I then walked down to the harbor and along the boardwalk to the Christopher Columbus statue that is at the start of the le Rumbla, I walked up this in the day time and it was just as interesting and full of people, street artists, mimes, live statues and plenty ...
... her as 'the Tanned Madonna'..... (Just darker.) Aren't you glad that was the short version? Magnificent place....check out the photos. Anyway, back to the hotel... Which is amazing! Decided not to do the excursion into the city. They were going to a food market. (?) Probably wonderful but I decided that I needed the rest and there was a very strong possibility that this excursion was not really my cup of tea. ( again ... A food market? Not exactly my thing now is it?) BESIDES! There's ...
The night been sleepless. Because it started to rain, and our tent was soaked. So we had to move to a car and finish sleeping. But it was hard. When the sun started to rise we started our morning. Because today we wanted to visit "Montserrat Monastery" and mountains there, located around 60 km from camping. As usual we packed our stuff, and soaked tent. Had a morning shower. Got in a car and slowly been riding towards exit. Everywhere was so quite, some people just woke ...
... Barcelona. I bought a ticket (€50<==now you see why I stayed at INOUT) grabbed a bite to eat, and headed in the stadium to my seat. The stadium is the largest in Europe, seating nearly 99,000 fans. 100 of those fans were probably Espanyol, the rival team within the city, a truly embarrasing show at Camp Nou. The game was fun, regardless of their 0-0 draw. I was able to see Lionel Messi #19 play the 2nd half of the game, a true dream. After the game I went ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility