Travel Blogs from Barcelona, Spain and Canary Islands

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Olla From Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain travel blog

Olla From Barcelona

A travel blog entry by lukeandbelinda

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... most amazing thing that we both have ever seen.  We have also seen 3 Museums, the Olympic stadium and also Nou Camp Stadium -  Futbol Club Barcelona (which does not even compare to the MCG).  The Gaudi Park was also very memorable and Las ...

Barthelona... more like funalona!!!, Barcelona, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

Barthelona... more like funalona!!!

A travel blog entry by anna_and_andrea

Barcelona is really hard to leave... Our whole trip has been sooo amazing, but we had so much fun in Barcelona! For starters... we met a few people in Gimmelwald, Switzerland (Lily from New Hampshire and brothers Matthew and Ryan from Canada). We ...

Barcelona Explorer, Barcelona, Spain travel blog

Barcelona Explorer

A travel blog entry by pilotl

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... facade behind which gives an interesting colourful effect.   From there it was quite a long trip on the underground to go and see Camp Nou, Barcelona FC's home stadium. We chose not to go inside because it was WAY WAY WAY too expensive, it was ...

Barcelona Day 2, Barcelona, Spain travel blog

Barcelona Day 2

A travel blog entry by carriekennebeck

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... eclair and chocolate croissant with coffee and tea. We also had an orange juice, which I have to say that in both Paris and Barcelona it is freshly squeezed and delicious. We then headed down to the beach to take a scooter tour of Barcelona. It wound ...

Quickie Tour of Barcelona and Andorra, Barcelona, Spain travel blog

Quickie Tour of Barcelona and Andorra

A travel blog entry by carpefeline

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... way around a few roundabouts and go back in the same direction and we finally decide that I will follow the signs towards Spain and Barcelona until we are out of Andorra and then maybe the GPS won't be lost anymore. The police haven't started manning the ...

La casa, la dolce Grācia, Barcelona, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

La casa, la dolce Grācia

A travel blog entry by mittelmeer

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Grācia č il dolce quartiere di Barcellona che mi ospita. E' tutto un telaio di vie che si incrociano a scacchiera rettangolare, larghe poco pių di cinque metri. Da finestrelle e balconi di ferro come nei carrugi di Genova o nella Marina di Cagliari si ...

Disney Mediterranean Cruise- Prep and Travel, Barcelona, Spain travel blog

Disney Mediterranean Cruise- Prep and Travel

A travel blog entry by selenapan9

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... say? Iceland blew up. Who knew? But our airline came through, so good on ya Iberia. So we had made it to Barcelona, to thehotel, and were ready to get on the cruise for the next day!! Ratings Disney Customer Service Line: *** (annoying grandma woman ...

Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

Barcelona

A travel blog entry by kcomai

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... didn't have time to fit in a 2nd visit.  :-( Other than the tapas bars, we definitely enjoyed the city itself.  Barcelona is a beautiful, clean city.  We had a nice, modern hotel (again, budget), and the guy here was so helpful with our ...

Sightseeing in Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain travel blog

Sightseeing in Barcelona

A travel blog entry by colin_tameka

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... I will get my CHEAP massage from the thai ladies) its 5 euro for approximately 5-10 mins. We then went to the Barcelona FC stadium and we were VERY dissapointed the Real Madrid stadium was WAY better and less crowds!! Apparently this stadium is the 2nd ...

Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain travel blog

Barcelona

A travel blog entry by grasimps

We are in Barcelona Spain and it is a crazy, sometimes scary (at night) place! Barcelona is home to F.C. Barcelona who just won the Barclays Premiership futbol, having one of the best players in the world in Ronaldinho! The city was also home to some ...

Gaudi Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain travel blog

Gaudi Barcelona

A travel blog entry by constantinople

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... better. The fact it was a sunday/monday and all the ruins were shut probably helped! The next day I caught an autobus to Barcelona and was already in love with the city within the first 5 minutes. All the main streets are lined with trees and ...

Oriol, Barcelona, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

Oriol

A travel blog entry by mittelmeer

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La mia prima guida a Barcellona si chiama Oriol (che č un tipico nome e anche un cognome catalano). Fa il perito chimico e ha i capelli color paglia, tutto un po' austriaco, tutto un po' perito chimico. E' di altezza media, proporzionato, con gambe ...

Beachy Keen, Barcelona, Spain travel blog

Beachy Keen

A travel blog entry by brendasjoy

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After scoping out the beach situation in Barcelona, and figuring out the logistics (two Metro trains, and a bike rental), I was finally ready to take a dip on my last day. Part of my hesitation was that at least half of the people are under 20, and half ...

My Last Night in Barcelona..., Barcelona, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

My Last Night in Barcelona...

A travel blog entry by h_hurst

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... -known museums, but it was totally worth the visit! It takes you underground to the ruins of the Roman city (Bacino) that present-day Barcelona is built on top of. I got to see old city walls, laundry shops, baths, old church courtyards, fish market and ...

Barce Beach Day, Barcelona, Spain travel blog

Barce Beach Day

A travel blog entry by drewduhon

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One of the first things we heard at Barcelona, besides the crazy hours, is that you have to go to the beach.  Unfortunately, the beaches in the city proper are ok, but very touristy and expensive.  If you have the time and wherewithal, however, ...

Panoramic views @ Montjuīc, Barcelona, Spain travel blog

Panoramic views @ Montjuīc

A travel blog entry by superzoom

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... until it became a museum a few decades ago. Montjuīc was the main sight at the 1929 Universal Expo held in Barcelona, and many constructions where built at the time, for example the impressive structure of what is today’s Catalonian National ...

Touring Barca, Barcelona, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

Touring Barca

A travel blog entry by dewolffamily

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We are still in Barcelona and having a great time. Yoday we decided to do the tourist thing like we did in New York. Not very cool, but taking a guided bustour is the best way to get to know a city really fast. Like I said we did this in NY and it rea;;y ...

Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

Barcelona

A travel blog entry by blonde_abroad

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... to fall in love with such a vibrant city! Out of all the churches, ancient ruins and historical buildings and sites I have seen in Europe, Barcelona's most famous building the La Sagrada Familia impressed me the most! This giant Basilica is one of Antoni ...

Yay Barcelona :), Barcelona, Spain travel blog

Yay Barcelona :)

A travel blog entry by taramarika

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... I met a girl named Melanie in my hostel room, she is from the States. She was studying abroad in England and decided to take a quick trip to Barcelona then to Rome before she heads home. Shes the cutest person ever, and shes 5 months pregnant. It was ...

Sunny days in Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain travel blog

Sunny days in Barcelona

A travel blog entry by taramarika

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Well my time in Barcelona is coming near an end :(. I fly tomorrow to London. I´ve met some great people its been fun. Hung out with Kristina and Karyn yesterday. We went to the beach and then we went to another Park and walked around. Also we wondered ...

back home, Barcelona, Spain travel blog

back home

A travel blog entry by tarah51

back home, to begin the soul destroying mission that is finding an apartment in barcelona. i swear, i must have seen 20 in the last 3 days. so bad. anyway. i am supposed to be looking now... so i will go. thats the update ...

Spain....ŋBien o Mal?, Barcelona, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

Spain....ŋBien o Mal?

A travel blog entry by davisa157

... be cooler and we could take a couple of days to recoup after all the trouble. This was probably the best decision we have made and Barcelona has been absolutely amazing we went for a walk last night on the pier and put our feet in the ocean.  We ...

So much to see and do!, Barcelona, Spain travel blog

So much to see and do!

A travel blog entry by dbats

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... strangers appear to be the feature of the shot.     We walked down to the bus stop and en route we came across a headless street performer. Barcelona is full of them.  We caught the bus home and had a siesta after our arduous walking ...

Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain travel blog

Barcelona

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica

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... a boat ride and enjoyed the sites.     Next we went to visit the Barcelona Olympic Stadium.  They still had a great display and Olympic Museum.  We saw stadiums, fields and the museum had tons of ...

Picasso and Catalonia Museums, Barcelona, Spain travel blog

Picasso and Catalonia Museums

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica

... to Catalonia works over the past millennium.  The museum was beautifully situated on top of a high hill overlooking downtown Barcelona.  Later we visited Barcelona Museum of History which rested over incredible Roman ruins. At night we hit the ...

Bustling Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain travel blog

Bustling Barcelona

A travel blog entry by amsmitty

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Here we are in Barcelona- a much more tropical and funky city. We are having a blast so far, walking down the famous Las Ramblas avenue lined with palm trees,street performers, flower stands, birds in cages and other novelties. We also walked through an ...

Beautiful Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain travel blog

Beautiful Barcelona

A travel blog entry by goalie121

... from one of the best beaches that I have ever been to makes up for it. We have been to a whole bunch of beaches on this trip and Barcelona's is the best. A huge stretch of good sand, with lots of people who just want to have a good time. It is calm and ...

The boys in Barca, Barcelona, Spain travel blog

The boys in Barca

A travel blog entry by smirky

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... fun and have made our short time here very memorable. We strolled down the las rambles after a nice supper looked at a clock and realised that we had a good hour before our train then the british penchant for messing with the worlds time dawned on us ...

Bar-the-lona, Barcelona, Spain travel blog

Bar-the-lona

A travel blog entry by amandai

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... stop over was worth while..then out of the blue I mysteriously ran into a guy from work who accompanied me to Barcelona with his wife!!! totally weird. It was reminiscent of the Truman show, like big brother (KPMG) is always ...

Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

Barcelona

A travel blog entry by b.a.manzella

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The train from Montepellier to Barcelona was cool, had to stop on the border town for a couple of hours. Got an espresso. Had to line up for 45mins in Montpellier because the machines don't accept foreign credit cards. Walked for miles to get to the ...

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