Cal Sastre Hotel
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... for Valencia, Spain's 3rd largest city. It is just that,.. a large city. The drive in,.. and out was not too daunting,.. but it did require that extra level of concentration demanded by big cities, so we chose to head to a campsite 12 Klms north of the city, but within easy Metro (rail) access. The campsite is relatively new and the people most welcoming. A welcome glass of sangria led to us ordering a carafe and we settled in to enjoy a chat with the manager of the site. Valencia ...
... he staged his first exhibition in the lobby of the Theatre. It was his home for a while too and houses his collection of art by other painters. Even from the outside with its red walls covered in what looks like bread rolls and the roof topped with large egg shapes, you get the feeling that you are in for a few surprises. The result is a unique if higgledy-piggledy route between rooms with either themes or ...
... huge public baths with heated floors (Ancient ruin)). We walked the ancient area imagining how it would of been in those days and then went down to the beach for some lunch. After a while driving around we found a huge beach with hundreds of wind surfing kites in the sky, we sat on the sand with some ice-creams and watched the ...
... buildings, from the 19th century, are topped with brilliantly coloured ceramic domes.
Gerona, just an hour north of Barcelona, is an intact medieval city, its university housed in 15th century buildings, surrounded by high stone walls. Lots of bike teams train here, including Australians racing for the Green Edge team, and we hired bikes for a day to see the country around the old city. . This is a beautiful old ...
Today we woke up in Barcelona and sadly had to leave our hotel. We then went to Casa-Batllo, An apartment built by the Batllo family in 1907. They still live there today but some of it is open to the public as it is designed by the famous architect Gaudi. It is a crazy place covered in mozaics and sculptures. We got some cool audio-guides that when you pointed the camera at ...