Tomorrow I will board a plane to fly to Venice. Three days of cruising await me on the occasion of the inauguration of a new cruise ship of the Costa Cruises company. The new baby is called Favolosa and apparently is the jewel in the crown of the Italian shipbuilding. Honestly, I never thought I'd get on a cruise before I turned sixty.
My friend Isa had recommended me a hostel where she and some IISE participants had stayed, so as soon as I disembarked from the ferry I started looking for the corresponding street. After a while walking, I ask a family and we are approached by a motorist, with a better level of English, who indicates it to me and tells me that he has a guesthouse in that area, which is probably his.
That if the Red champion of Europe, that if Nadal de Wimbledon, that if the fantastic representation of Pepe Reina as showman in Columbus. The sport hangover of these two weeks still resonates in our heads and sports fans - and those who do not - start thinking again about everyday things: work, couple, family, friends, summer vacations ... And It is here when the echo of the European Championship reaches you again!
You arrive at a new place during your travels and the first thing you are looking for is a map of that new city or town where you will spend a few days or just a few hours. The first thing that occurs to you is to find that famous Information i where a person dedicated to tourism will offer you all kinds of explanatory brochures in the area.
I echo an interesting statement of offer in accommodation that has come to me from the Travelodge chain that has not yet come to light. This is an offer to reserve rooms in hotels that would cost between 10 and 20 euros per night for next summer. The statement that you can see on the official website from this night says: From December 30, book with Travelodgehotels rooms from € 10 and € 20 a night in Spain, Ireland and the United Kingdom for summer 2009.
This morning the neighbors of the central Ferran street in Barcelona have risen with a curious surprise. On the same side of this busy street they have found some road markings painted on the ground. A dashed white line separates two words: "Barceloneses" and "Tourists" and it is assumed that those referred to must circulate in their corresponding space ... or not.