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after the cruise, landing in Barcelona solo

by xymmot

I will be back in Barcelona on the !18th of July and want to go to France to see part of the Tour du france in the mountains (Col du Tormaet). Any suggestions to a solo traveler? I use to travel the area with friends in a car, but they are going home after the 18th from the cruise.Is there somewhere to rent a motocycle or scooter? Something, SUGESTIONS PLEASE? I will be wandering until Aug 27th, going to Greece after that, but have time,so budget is a concern. Thanks everyone for the help

Re: after the cruise, landing in Barcelona solo

by xymmot

after much research I think I may have to rent a car for a few days in France. Barcellona to Pyanees is about 200 km, plus just in case, I can camp out of the car in Col du Tormenlet. Thanks for the advice. Cheers Tommy x

Travel Tips for Barcelona

Barcelona - Wash'n Dry

by globe_trekker

The cost :
- The small machine (8kg) : 4.50 Euro
- The big machine (16kg) : 8 Euro
- 1 cup of detergent : half euro.
- Drying : 1 euro for 10 min.
There are 3 small washers(8kg) , 1 big washer(16kg), 3 dryers.
You can if you want to drop your clothes and let the owner takes care of it for you, but you may pay more, and if you know some Spanish to communicate with her. She doesn't speak English. The place is so clean. I sat there while waiting for my clothes, and observed customers come in and drop their clothes.

El Raval

by sue_stone

The El Raval district is located west of La Rambla. It has long been known as one of the rougher parts of the city, but these days is becoming a hip address, if you are into that inner-city-grungy type of thing. It is worth a wander around, and has a few attractions to keep us tourists happy.

One of the most interesting buildings in the district is Palau Guell, a Gaudi extravaganza. This modernista mansion was created in the 1880's for his wealthy friend Eusebi Guell. Unfortunately it was closed for renovations last time I visited (Jan 2007), but I hear the roof of the building is particularly worth a look.

El Raval even has it own La Rambla, not surprisingly called El Raval Rambla. It is a fairly short pedestrian street lined with palm trees and plenty of seats to sit on and do some people watching. There is a giant (and kind of ugly) sculpture of a cat here too. Worth a look, but be wary of some of the dodgy looking characters loitering around here. Take a walk into the pretty courtyard gardens of the Antic Hospital de la Santa Creu. In the 15th century this was the city's main hospital. These days it is home to the Biblioteca de Catalunya (National Library of Catalonia) and the Institut d'Estudis Catalans (Institute for Catalan Studies).

If you are an art lover then you may want to visit the Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona, or if not, then at least walk buy and admire its gleaming white facade. Next door you will see the remains of the Convent dels Angels, a 400 year old convent, which these days is used for exhibitions. There is some interesting graffiti on its exterior.

Lastly, have a browse in the shops along Carrer dels Tallers - great for vintage music and alternate clothing. (Last visit it seemed to be a bit of a Goth meeting place). You could even stop off at one of the oldest bars in town, Boadas Bar, for a cocktail, located at 1 Carrer dels Tallers.

La Boqueria

by zumodemango

This beautiful market deserves a visit, it's full of life and there are many things to see, even if you don't buy anything.
There are some bars inside where you can eat cheap and good the dish or the day or tapas.
It is la rambla.

Dali Museum in Figueres

by Susanna1975

If you are into arts, you need to do a day trip to Dali museum in Figueres when visiting Barcelona. It is appr. 2,5 hours away by train (Renfe) and definately worth seeing!! Lots of art work so it easily takes several hours to see everything. Find out the time table befoehand, because trains do not run that often.

SABADELL - is a city and...

by canaglic

SABADELL - is a city and regional main city of the Vallés Occidental, in the Vallés' tectonic deep at the southeast from the Sant Llorenç de Munt Mountains, in the Ripoll valley, a river that goes through northeast to southeast (36km2).The land is generally plane and drops softly from the septentrional area (Sant Julià d'Altura) to La Creu de Barberà, with the highest points at the west and rough low ground at the east on the left of the Ripoll river. The city is 190m. high and is situated in a terrace at the right of the Ripoll river, lightly prolonged from north to south.The old center of the city, which was walled, is between the Plaça Major Avenue and the Manresa Avenue, which form part of the long avenue called Rambla that goes through the city in a paralel way with the river, where the church of Sant Feliu is. This way is from XIX century, with predominance of english style house.

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