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Travel Blogs from Calella
Confused with the title :)
We had combined our trip to Calella with Barcelona.
Its a an hour & ten minutes by train from Barcelona Sants to reach Calella by regional trains. Information can be sought at renfe.com Tickets costs 3.4 euros per person one way.
We had booked accomodation Mediterriani Express. It is a small …
Holy ****! This is it. Iīm in Europe.
"Miss, what are you doing in the Netherlands and how long will you be staying," said the custom guard.
Stumbling over my words, I replied with, "Well you know, Iīm just here for a few hours on my way to Spain to backpack around." *DOH! Why did I say something so silly!*
"Youīre going to have to be a little bit more specific about your travel plans."
"Oh yes yes. Silly me." And ...
... When I returned to the detestable tourist magnet, La Rambla, I ducked into an outdoor market to get away from the touts and tourists, and was overwhelmed by the color and beauty of the stalls. I think I may go back there for dinner tonight.
Tomorrow I will spend all day getting to Merida, a city south and west of Madrid, the site of Spainīs most complete Roman ruins.
I hope things donīt go according to plan. So far my bad luck has been good for ...
... as people returned to their room. We also went out of season so the area around the hotel was very empty and the bars were all closed.
So that was the hotel as for the city.
After landing we picked up the car, and drove into Barcelona. We went and looked around the Catherdral - it was very beautiful - and we got ushered out by the security guard as mass was about to take place and the bishop? was preparing himself. We ...
... of the big sites already.
Weather was decent so I got to check out the Mediterranean, and some live music along the beach. There was also a parade for Carnival on the main street called Las Ramblas. Went to a couple small museums, saw the harbor area (Barceloneta) which is a little like in downtown San Diego.
Barcelona is a pretty money town. Definitely need to come back when its warm. On to Portugal...