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Travel Blogs from Barcelona

Day 6 - Barcelona

A travel blog entry by chadspurgeon


... or so. The beach seems to be built into the fabric of Barcelona nowadays and you can see how it draws thousands of people each and every day. Looking at our schedule, Saturday the 28th is pretty open and looking more and more like a beach day. We closed our day at a local restaurant to watch the USA / Germany match. Although the USA lost, helped out by Portugal's 2-1 win over Ghana, we were able to celebrate our advancing to the next round with one other American in ...


A travel blog entry by rtwjustus


... walked to Parc Guell where Count Guell contracted Gaudi to plan and develop an estate for the wealthier people of Barcelona whereby each house in the estate would have a triangular block of land for house and garden There were to be 60 lots on the 17.18hectares but unfortunately this never eventuated with only 3 houses + the two coach houses designed and built by Gaudi. Gaudi actually bought and lived in one of the houses in the park until his death and this house is ...

Scratching the surface

A travel blog entry by cokers

... busy, although we didnīt see any traffic snarl ups.
Lots of people are on big capacity motor scooters and its like a mini Grand Prix everytime they swarm away from a green light.
We have only scratched the surface of things to see and do here. you could spend a week and still miss alot. The post Christmas - New Year sales are still in full on mode with up to 50 percent off in some places, but we havent been tempted.

Day 79-81 - Vamos Barcelona!

A travel blog entry by abs08


... splurge instead. I think I deserve it. So I bid farewell to beautiful Seville on last time and get on the plane which will get me to my favourite city in the world – Barcelona. I have a tingling feeling. It is going to be a great week, my gut tells me. I had been to Barcelona for 3 days last month and it has won me over - the city of the greatest football team in the world, bizarre yet unique Antonio Gaudi’s architecture, the forever buzzing La Rambla ...


A travel blog entry by mikeraph


... s trippy
designs dating from back in the late 19th century. There's also heaps of street art, hidden amongst the laneway cafes and tapas bars. Then you've got main streets like Las Ramblas, teeming with people and shops. And the beach of course, packed with people, and with imported Egyptian sand. Beyond this just the atmosphere of the city is remarkable. Everyone, whether they be local or tourist, is here for a good time, ...


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