Travel Blogs from Sabadell
... we asked some girls holding a map to sneak a peak, and after some wandering arrived safely but haggard. We booked at a gay hostel? No city maps, but plenty of other types of brochures, if you will, to reveal that little surprise! Super nice hostel reception guy, but zero English.
The first day in Barce was spent admiring the Arch de Triumph, and exploring the awesome Gaudi mosaics at Parc Guell. There was also a fun, very spirited Spanish ...
... Actually proud of myself and how much I've already learnt from the first trip. I was definitely more comfortable in my tourist skin and confident to get around. David, my host, was there to greet me at the apartment and show me around. Oh my word! All I can say is that I had the most royal and beautiful room ever. Next to my room I had my own little private lounge too. My first question to him was if he had a hammer as I was ready to smash my suitcase lock into ...
... If we had had an audio guide it might have been close to four hours, but then we would probably have gotten much more out of the visit. As it were, we had spent just enough time, to also be able to get some lunch, which we found at the mall in the old bull fighting arena. Back at Plaça Catalunya we retrieved our baggage and took the airport bus (which we had a return ticket for), arriving at the airport about half an hour before we ...
... building I was like what are we doing here? But there was a beautiful historical part just around the corner. Yet another thing that was under construction, but we still were able to take a good look. From there it was a short walk to Gaudi's famous Sagrada Família church. At least this one I was prepared for the cranes and scaffolding, because this spectacular church has been under construction since 1882. Its one of those places that people seem ...
... by some tourists who decided to jump queues. My thoughts are, you are going to a holy site why cheat your way to the front? It took us 45 minutes to get inside. Once again Lucky was left speechless and astonished with the sheer size and symmetry of the church. The most surprising thing was when I went inside it was all changed compared to what I saw back in 2007. Now they had made enough room to offer services and the church’s ceiling was indescribable. We were simply lost for ...
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Ni veel te zien in sabadell mor goeden goedkoop hotel met superchinees naast de deur !
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