Apartaments Ramblanova

Rambla Nova 31, Igualada, Catalonia, 8700, Spain and Canary Islands | 1 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by renee_nick_2014


... including the old Roman ruins of El Temple D'August, Barcelona Cathedral, Fossa de les Moreres as well as the Plaça Nova. It was very informative hearing the stories regarding these buildings, especially about how some of the buildings looked like they were bomb damaged but the only problem was that Barcelona was not bombed in WW2. It was caused when Franco teamed up with Hilter to test bombs and their destructive power. After the tour we went home and had a relax ...

Day 13

A travel blog entry by super_saurus

... good time dancing, they even played our 'wake up song' which we all lost our **** at and danced like crazy people :) As we were leaving the bar to head to the next bar Amy, who had had quite a lot to drink, passed out in the middle of the square. Luckily, our fabulous tour guide Ash is a nurse and had the situation totally under control. We rang an ambulance and took her closer to the street (me, Kim and Ash) and later Pappas joined us. The ...

Arrival in Barcelona

A travel blog entry by abaruch


... of the train and of course it's on the opposite end of the airport. This is when I realized I might have thrown out my knee from all the walking in Oslo earlier that day. Dammit. Picture me hobbling along, limping with my left leg up and down the airport while my right inner thigh cramps up, trying in vain to find someone who speaks English. I've really got to stretch more. I garbled some Spanish at a security officer. "Necesito plaza reial." "Que? No se." "Uh...Barcelona? ...

Gaudi day

A travel blog entry by bradtravelling

... designed by Gaudi. This building had spaces also designed with lighting in mind since the building was hollow in the centre to allow for natural light to illuminate the insides of the structure. Gaudi used a special arc he designed throughout his creations that allowed for minimal materials and maximum strength. This building also had the typical chimneys that Gaudi would design that looked like other worldly creatures. Walking through Las Ramblas we saw ...

Barcelona-Day 2

A travel blog entry by lalbares


... his style compared to the rest of the architecture in the city.

After that we headed to more of the older section of the city. La Rambla is a street that is dedicated to shopping and tourists, which was absolutely packed with people and shops. We also saw two other cathedrals, a massive fountain in the Parc de la Ciutadella which was very similar to the Trevi fountain in Rome. We also walked down by the beach, but it was around 60 and windy so it was a ...

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