Hotel Gallo Negro

Santiago Rosinol, 10, Coma Ruga, Costa Dorada, Catalonia, 43880, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Santiago Rosinol, 10, Coma Ruga, is near Can Ginebreda and Fussball Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Coma Ruga

Drive back to Barcelona

A travel blog entry by kimdibb on Jul 26, 2014

48 photos

We left Montgey at about 8:30 am and headed to the Revel market which is held every Saturday. We bought some fresh bread, olives, olive tapenade, fresh tomato and a couple of berry crumble tarts. While we were in Revel I went to a shop specializing in pastel and pastel-blue products, soaps, lotions, clothing, etc. Allan had explained to us that this region has a tradition of making the blue dye from the pastel plant and that is why we frequently see ...

Barcelona, Spain

A travel blog entry by randallandmikey on Aug 06, 2013

9 photos

Well, we left Nice, France yesterday and drove to Barcelona in Spain. A huge drive after lots of delays and not too much site seeing. We did stop in a lovely old village for lunch and then kept driving. All in all, about 12 hours travel today. Arrived at hotel in Barcelona, ate dinner and crashed.

Today we were up early, to beat those horrible tourists, and visited a monastery called Montserrat. The monastery was high in the mountains with beautiful ...

Barcelona to Frankfurt

A travel blog entry by wimari on Sep 19, 2012

Wake up on the foothills of Monrserrat mountain.
Explore Milxzz. Buy the last of Spanish ham at local weekly market.
Eat lovely fresh peaches and croissants with our ham, overlooking the outskirts of Barca and very impressive farm homesteads.
Head for the airport and notice a MediaMarkt shop at the garage where we fill up our ...

Off on a whim...

A travel blog entry by the.squids on Jun 18, 2011

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... and we were left hungry for more... We scouted the alleyways trying to find the perfect restaurant (Catalan again? Chinese fusion? Sushi? Argentine? Italian? Slow food? Indian? oh, the options!), and settled for the least likely but ultimately most satisfying option. A little mom-and-pop shop, off one of the main streets ("La Granja") with a fixed menu that seemed ripe out of some grandmother's kitchen. Irina had some Melón con Jamón (deliciously ...

Gaudi and Gay

A travel blog entry by everardt on Jul 26, 2007

1 comment, 22 photos

... further along is a larger bay. One day I went exploring all the beaches and as I came over the high point and the last beach came into view, I thought I saw more than the usual amount of exposed flesh and more than the usual amount of men. I hesitated slightly, then bravely ventured down as I was really dying for a swim and nothing was going to put me off. In fact, apart from the first section, which was all naked men, the rest of the beach was full of couples, families ...