Hotel Gallo Negro

Santiago Rosinol, 10, Coma Ruga, Costa Dorada, Catalonia, 43880, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Coma Ruga

Sparkling Cava!

A travel blog entry by twodrifters07


... champagne" until EU union forbade using the word 'champagne' unless the wine was from that region in France. The Catalan word cava means "cave", or "cellar", because caves were used in the early days of cava production for the preservation or aging of wine. Catalan winemakers officially adopted the term 'cava' in 1970 to distinguish their product from French champagne. Cava has Denominación de Origen (DO) ...

On my way to Prague!

A travel blog entry by margogoes


I'm sitting in the airport lounge in is a long layover on my way to Prague, but I'm very excited to be meeting my daughter Jennifer there. She is going to Prague to make a presentation at her corporate meeting...I just sort of tagged along to enjoy some mother/daughter moments. Originally I asked her if she could visit us in Spain on her way home but actually this is a great plan since I've never visited Prague and it will be ...

Mediterranean Beach Time

A travel blog entry by dudeonthemove


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The People:

I was so excited to finally get to Spain that I just assumed the people were going to be awesome. I wouldn't say this is the case, sadly. The people in Sitges were nice and polite, but not overwhelmingly friendly. And, ************e smiles. I can say the same for the bus drivers and the people at Barcelona's airport.

The merchants in the stores in Sitges were weird, and more interested in where your hands were ...

Nice France: Where We Had the Luck of the Irish

A travel blog entry by jgreezy

... and had more wine. By the time we went to Wayne's it was gametmie. We started talking to this group of good looking Irish girls but they were with some American guysAlright so we got to Nice and were amazed at the incredible quality of the women there. The girls were not only gorgeous but were walking around the streets wearing next to nothing. That was on the streets. When we made it to the beaches many girls and women (some ...

Barcelona its artists, architects and history

A travel blog entry by suzandtrent


... a long and steep climb up, but we had some wonderful views over Barcelona, which offered a great perspective of what we had seen in the city. We then made the walk down the steep hill and caught the train to the station near our apartment. With the day getting near the end, we found some nice rolls for dinner and we made our way to apartment to repack our bags in preparation for ...


This hotel, located on Santiago Rosinol, 10, Coma Ruga, is near Can Ginebreda and Fussball Museum.
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