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


... 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


... 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 ...


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 ...


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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