GuessHouse Glorias

C/ Nou De La Rambla 124, Barcelona, Catalonia, 8005, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Barcelona

Day 6 - Barcelona

A travel blog entry by chadspurgeon

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... he spent his childhood learning to paint like an adult and then his adulthood learning to paint like a child." Overall, the Picasso Museum was excellent. I kept thinking, "Sara would love this museum." I hope she can make it there someday. After a hard couple of hours at looking at beautiful art work, I needed a cup of coffee. The cafe culture is huge in Europe, and we're slowly but surely learning how to slow down and enjoy the slower pace of vacation. A ...

Im in Spain!

A travel blog entry by shantie

... 1.5 hours I could enter the basiclia. Wondered around the park, finally went in!!! It was sooo worth it!!! By far the most amazing thing I have seen this trip! LOVED Sagrada Familia!!! Bought 2 day ticket for a sightseeing bus, saw some of barcelona, went home, cuz I was tired and lame. Day 2: Road around on the sightseeing bus... Yeah, I did that for a while. Walked around the gothic quarter! Which was fun, but not as exciting as I thought ...

Spanish cooking class & Football match

A travel blog entry by vbhughes

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... session ;) Menu: Gazpacho (cold soup ) Tomato bread Paella Creme Catalan Food was fantastic! Later that evening Hylton, Bryan and I headed to the football to watch Barcelona vs Getafe, not a big crowd but still a good game. Messi who is one of Barcelona's key players return after 2 months off and the crowd went wild! He was only for about 30 mins of the second half - but scored 2 goals. Game ended Barcelona ...

Memories

A travel blog entry by emmadahlen

... candies, freshly cut meat. My hotel room also had the best view I could see La Sagarda Familia and all these beautiful buildings. It's just the atmosphere there. Here in America it's so business oriented and there it's so free-spirited and not American. Which is probably why I liked it. If I could I would totally go back there and just live on the streets. There is no reason to have a wealthy life if you're not living ...

No Direction Home

A travel blog entry by funkymonk

... early, but I was a little annoyed on the final morning when I found out that there's a motorbike museum in the city that I had missed, not far from the bus stop.

While I have no doubt that there are some incredibly boring corners of Barcelona, you can't go far wrong in the old town. Every building is photo-worthy. Every street looks picturesque and inviting. So much so that I walked into the unofficial red light district completely by ...

Location

This hotel, located in the El Poble Sec area of Barcelona, is near Palau Guell, Maritime Museum (Museu Maritim), Apolo / Nitsaclub, and Teatre Principal.
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