rambla


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rambla

[′ram·blə]
(geology)
A dry ravine, or the dry bed of an ephemeral stream.
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La Rambla Street is a popular tourist attraction filled with kiosks selling souvenirs, flowers, food, perfumes and newspapers.
BUDGET Internacional Cool Local, La Rambla 78-80 (hotelinternacionalcool.
BUDGET Internacional Cool Local, La Rambla 78-80 Refurbished in 2009, the Hotel Internacional offers modernity, design and comfort, on a budget.
Demelza stayed at the city centre Lauria Hotel on La Rambla Nova (hotel-lauria.
Boutique hotels are never too far from a McDonald's restaurant, with one of the franchises taking up five floors of a building in the heart of la rambla.
People on or around the city beach and swimming pools have been told they can continue to dress down but not if they decide to stroll down the city's famous La Rambla.
Address: Rambla Gandhi 400, Carrasco; Tel: (5982) 710-5704
Back on La Rambla, countless shops and friendly cafes make for a unforgettable walk towards the famous Passeig de Gracia, which contains several of the city''s most celebrated pieces of architecture.
Those looking for street food should head to La Rambla in central Barcelona.
RHO's rambla unifies the entire building both horizontally and vertically through a series of mezzanine floors and balconies -in effect, a massive movement machine that allows staff and visitors to move effortlessly between the eight storeys.
But the hearing was told that one mealtime last year, staff at Rambla Nursing Home in Scarborough, North Yorks, did not see Mr Pask take a sandwich from another resident's plate.