Padilla Guest House

Address: Padilla, 304 - Entlo 1, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08025, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the La Sagrada Familia area of Barcelona, is near Church of the Sacred Family (Templo Expiatorio de la Sagrada Familia), Barri de Gracia, Casa Macaia, and La Casa dels Músics.
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      Mucho calor Barcelona !!

      A travel blog entry by shriyer on Sep 11, 2014

      ... hour, I stripped down to my shorts. It was that muggy and hot and unpleasant. To add some context, I grew up in Mumbai which has hot summers with high humidity, and I live in NYC, which is known to have a fairly hot sticky summer too. But Barcelona on 2 of the 3 days I was there, was atleast 3 to 4 notches hotter. You should totally plan for weather if you're planning to visit Spain. Throw out them jeans, and full-sleeved shirts. They never stood a ...

      Barcelona and Benicassim Festival

      A travel blog entry by ludders on Jul 22, 2014

      3 comments, 20 photos

      ... of Benicassim and didn't do much else after the bus journey but for my last evening I went for a walk and then to a local market and bought some food to eat back at the hostel - some much needed salad and vegetables (washed down with a very modestly sized heineken). Now for my last Europe stop I'm off to Munich to meet Helen and Millie; we have 3 nights there and then 4 nights in Berlin, so will be doing lots of sightseeing and perhaps sampling the local drinks..! Can't wait. ...

      Blast Off, Barcelona: First Days

      A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Jun 16, 2014

      2 comments, 44 photos

      ... it was the smart phone I paid $200 for last year for which I was simply going to buy a new SIM card--left in the San Francisco Bay Area. Maybe I will do without a cell phone though not sure that is possible in this day and age. And so far in Barcelona, I have already lost one pair of the 4 pair of glasses I brought with me! (I think I lost about a dozen pair of glasses in Italy last summer!) But I suppose I would be lost without losing if that makes any sense. Maybe I ...

      Planes, Trains, and Automobiles Pt.2

      A travel blog entry by pardonmyfrance on Apr 18, 2014

      6 photos

      ... in Spain was the mix of languages that we encountered. Catalan is influenced by both French and Spanish, so I had a lot of fun reading the various signs and trying to understand the locals. If I had room to learn a language for fun, it would definitely be Catalan. Because of the Arabic influences in the regions, there's also quite a few Arabic speakers who live there. So we were able to practice all three languages, sometimes all at the same time!

      Have You Seen the Movie Taken?

      A travel blog entry by hannah_e_shear on Aug 27, 2013

      108 photos

      ... he disappeared into his room.

      This is the point where I realized we were locked in the apartment. I was hoping to go out to the streets and maybe get some gelato for dessert, but when I tried the door it was locked. European doors mostly lock from the inside and only with a key. Most people leave the key in the lock or on a hook by the door, but not Fede. He had the key in his room with him, so if we wanted out, we had to ask. I didn’t want ice cream that badly ...