Apartamentos Porta Coeli

Address: calle13, no 18, Castelldefels, Catalonia, 08860, Spain and Canary Islands | Condo
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This condo is located in the Castelldefels area of Castelldefels.
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      Colonia Guell: Gaudi Designed Church

      A travel blog entry by travelmaniax on Jul 23, 2014

      7 photos

      On one of the days, we went on the train (it was the only time we actually went on a train. Usually we walked everywhere or caught the metro). The difference between the train and the metro is the metro only goes underground, whereas the train goes underground and above ground [if you didn't know]) to Colonia Guell, a village which was owned by the Guell's, a very rich family from the late 1800's to the early to early-mid 1900's.

      Gaudi only designed ...

      Goodbye Javea, hello Barcelona

      A travel blog entry by beakerage on Jun 09, 2014

      2 comments, 14 photos

      ... and felt a little sad on the bus that we weren't doing the next part of the trip together. We'd been travelling together for a month and a half it's going to feel a bit weird. I had two seats to myself I spread myself out and watched outside the window and listened to doctor who. I soon forgot being sad as I watched beautiful Spain passing by and then before I knew it I was at Valencia station. I had 4 hours free before my train so I put my backpack in a locker ...

      Arrival in Barcelona

      A travel blog entry by abaruch on Apr 08, 2014

      2 photos

      ... in Barcelona for 2-1/2 months already and was coming back from visiting her family, and super luckily her stop was the same as mine so I just figured I'd tag along with her for a while. I attempted Spanish on the first bus, asking the fare and they quickly corrected my 'cuanto cuesto' to 'cuanto cuesta' so I knew the correct term for the bus that which actually get me where I was going. Actually the first bus driver feigned complete ignorance but this pilot next to me told him what ...


      A travel blog entry by jennyraymoran on Oct 20, 2013

      5 photos

      ... early. Ray reluctantly joined it and he didn't complain too much. It was worth it, even though it has been an unfinished church, now a Cathedral, for more than a century - Gaudi at his best. When we left the Cathedral, we then had to join another queue to catch the hop on hop off bus. Unbelievable! It is the off season over here. I hate to think what it would be like in their on- season. Finished our stay in Spain with the ...

      Watch out for the trams!!

      A travel blog entry by pjf000 on Sep 18, 2013

      178 photos

      ... town by catching the Metro train to a stop that is at the start of La Rambla - the most famous street in Barcelona. The wide boulevard connects the Placa de Catalunya, a busy square, with the Columbus Monument and the city's waterfront.

      From here we wander and gaze for the entire morning before seeking out first Casa Batllo and then La Pedrera. These are two of Gaudi's masterpieces that are not just buildings but legends of art. By the time we were done ...