City Hall B&B

Address: Templers Street corner with Palau St., Barcelona, Catalonia, 08001, Spain and Canary Islands | B&B
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This B&B, located in the El Barri Gòtic area of Barcelona, is near Gothic Quarter (Barri Gotic), Fat Tire Bike Tours Barcelona, Papabubble, and Main Synagogue.
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Day 8 week 1 complete!

A travel blog entry by luharris on Apr 02, 2015

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... across-the-staircase washing line and sourced me a nice stand up dryer. So I hung the clothes up outside to dry so they will smell nice . It's a scorcher of a day so Alfred an I went back down to the park where he made friend with a little Spanish girl and ate some sand! Hmm nice! This evening I had to meet up with Anna the personal trainer, it was only for an assessment and we are going to meet again for my first session on Thursday. Whoop whoop. ...

France in the rear view mirror

A travel blog entry by avrilabroad on Aug 18, 2014

3 comments, 11 photos

... see families and friends all crowded around a big table, laughing and talking and consuming endless amounts of delicious food and excellent wine and engaged in endless rounds of conversation. One meal rolled into the next, punctuated by trips to the market, to Bayeux to see the world's longest comic strip (aka the Bayeux tapestry), and to the various beaches at which the Allied soldiers landed in World War II and definitively turned the tide of the ...

Very cool city

A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Aug 15, 2014

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... were tall and straight and felt like tree trunks. Afternoon light streamed past the 'trees' from the stained glass windows in different colours and from different angles. The canopy with his use of hyperboloids closed the church roof over you: it was all so complex but so simple. Architectural genius. The lady on the audio guide discussed how the Catholic Church encourages people from all religions and races- along with the non-believers- to enjoy ...


A travel blog entry by dligonsf on Jul 02, 2014

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... The second legend attributes the foundation of the city directly to the historical Carthaginian Hamilcar Barca, father of Hannibal, who named the city Barcino after his family in the 3rd century BC. In about 15 BC, the Romans redrew the town as a castrum (Roman military camp) centred on the "Mons Taber", a little hill near the contemporary city hall (Plaça de Sant Jaume). Under the Romans, it was a colony with the surname of Faventia, or, in full, Colonia Faventia ...

A Passionate Apathy

A travel blog entry by taylor.prichard on Jun 03, 2014

... in America for people to be lacking in political insight or education, in Portugal it seemed as though they had abandoned their political futures. The only hope anyone seemed to have was the hope that the European Union would unify Portugal with the remainder of Europe and the political decisions of the EU would be beneficial to Portugal. Despite this less than 35 percent of Portuguese voters decided to vote in the European Parliamentary elections.

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