Hostal Felipe II

Address: C/ Mallorca, 329 - Floor 30, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08037, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hostel
 
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Travel Blogs from Barcelona

Gaudi not gaudy

A travel blog entry by foodblubber on Oct 08, 2014

72 photos

... Everything has a function and is designed beautifully. OMG! Mind-blowing.

I was a bit worried about going up the tower... urgh the stairs! But, no worries, there is a lift up, you only have to walk down, and it is an amazing walk down, the views are stunning.

Dinner that night was at a local restaurant, Pollo Rico, N decided on some meatballs, and I ordered a quarter chicken. My chicken was divine, it was moist (I usually ...

France in the rear view mirror

A travel blog entry by avrilabroad on Aug 18, 2014

3 comments, 11 photos

... we both also felt a strong sense of appreciation for each other and for the companionship we enjoyed together on this trip. It was a bit of a gamble, because Avi and I haven't been together all that long, and we didn't have much experience of being together for an extended period of time. And as anyone who has ever travelled knows, travelling with someone else can be a challenge. You find out all kinds of things about yourself and about the other person ...

Barcelona

A travel blog entry by dligonsf on Jul 02, 2014

47 photos

... The second legend attributes the foundation of the city directly to the historical Carthaginian Hamilcar Barca, father of Hannibal, who named the city Barcino after his family in the 3rd century BC. In about 15 BC, the Romans redrew the town as a castrum (Roman military camp) centred on the "Mons Taber", a little hill near the contemporary city hall (Plaça de Sant Jaume). Under the Romans, it was a colony with the surname of Faventia, or, in full, Colonia Faventia ...

City of Marvels

A travel blog entry by tatoji on May 25, 2014

... it was the culture that developed thanks to these fairs that allowed for Barcelona to be what it is today.

One of the big things that stuck with the world fairs was the artistic culture of Barcelona. During the time of the world fairs was when the modernist and typical style of Catalan architecture was in full bloom, especially with Gaudi. Thanks to the world fairs and the success this had there, this style continues to be ...

BCN

A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on May 23, 2014

2 comments, 61 photos

... level tiered staircase with the mosaic tiles and well known salamander (gecko like creature) in the middle. At the top of the stairs is a large plaza type area with the curved seating running around the edges all decorated in colourful mosaic tiles and with amazing views down to the city and Mediterranean. This was probably my favourite part of the park, and the seat design is actually not Gaudi, but a different designer!

We walked back down through the peaceful and appealing ...