Address: C/ Cerdena 202, 10 1a, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08040, Spain and Canary Islands | Condo
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        Disembark Barcelona/London/Hong Kong

        A travel blog entry by shazza69 on Sep 25, 2015

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        ... leaving from Terminal 3!!! and the gate would be announced closer to the time... So off we went "on the driverless train", back to Terminal 3 and yes there was Harrods... to Doug's relief "SHUT"!!!!
        Again, we sat and waited until the gate was announced then finally it was gate 43 I think and we made our way around to and settled down until departure.

        Our flight was due to leave as 22.00hrs. 10 o'clock, so we sat and ...


        A travel blog entry by peterleesa on Jun 18, 2015

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        ... oath and Si Lo habnol Espanola" was my response and with that we get moved from a seat with 3 inches of leg room to absolute luxury. Happy days - well happy for 35 minutes. Arrived in Barcelona and reckon that the airport terminal is the most impressive I've ever seen. So nice and modern. A quick 12 km taxi ride into town costing €34 and I'm thinking this is nice but expensive. Our apartment this time (again through airbnb) is in the centre ...


        A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Apr 14, 2015

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        ... process. There was a train about a half hour earlier than the planned one so we took it. It left at 0937, Tarragona one of its stops. We sat on the sea side. Hadn't realized Daniel had never seen the Mediterannean Sea before this trip.

        Had one of those 'where am I? did we miss the stop? what station are we at?' moments at 1030 when I dozed off; no problemo.

        The visit to Tarragona was to see one of the best preserved Roman ruins in ...

        Bon Nadal

        A travel blog entry by micheletapiolas on Dec 25, 2014

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        ... can't ignore the fact that my nurturing came from an Italian mum and my connection with Italy is just as strong as it is with Spain.

        I'm so happy to have heard that Christmas has been well-celebrated in Townsville and Brisbane, with each city having us there in thought. To my mum and dad, who are reading my blog every day with anticipation, I wish a very special Merry Christmas. We're off now to find our 2014 Christmas memories, far from home but with happy hearts. ...

        Gaudi not gaudy

        A travel blog entry by foodblubber on Oct 08, 2014

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        ... the Perth empinada people. These were huge and delicious.

        The next day was a Gaudi day. We went into Casa Batllo, where we indulged in the video guide. So worth it and fun. We had a quick coffee at Cafe La Pedrera, before heading into La Pedrera. Pedrera and Batllo are very different experiences. You see more of Batllo, proportionately, than Pedrera, as Pedrera is huge. To me Batllo had better examples of Gaudi than Pedrera. If you had ...