Residencia Torre Girona

Passeig dels Til.lers, 19, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08034, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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    Day 6 - Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by chadspurgeon on Jun 26, 2014

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... of fountains, benches, pigeons and lots of people. It was a great place for us to sit on a bench, people watch and plot out the rest of our afternoon. Once we caught our breath, we headed down the Ramblas. The architecture along the Ramblas was beautiful. The hotels and cafes along the Ramblas look extremely ritzy and you can tell it is one of the places to be in Barcelona. Although there are several places you could stop on The Ramblas, we only had one major site in ...

    Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by dinesh.gomes on Jun 22, 2014

    7 photos

    ... an amusement park and some stunning views. The church is beautiful inside and out - beautiful mosaic on the inside and a courtyard on the roof with panoramic views. Time flies when you’re having fun and it was soon time to head back to Placa Catalunya to see Aunty Hazel. We took the funicular back down and then walked a mile or so through posh neighborhoods to get to the metro station. The metro in Barcelona doesn’t seems so ...

    Modernisme

    A travel blog entry by nomadjanel on Dec 09, 2013

    133 photos

    ... social unrest made it necessary for the industrialist and patron of the arts, Eusebi
    Güell, to move his textile mill to Santa Coloma de Cervelló. the new project involved the creation of an industrial village with amenities which would improve the workers’ quality of life: terraced houses, an athenaeum, theatre, school, shops, gardens and church. some of the leading modernista architects of the day were involved in ...

    The city that never sleeps...Barcelona, Spain

    A travel blog entry by stephaniegaul on Oct 23, 2013

    64 photos

    ... dinner. We walked around aimlessly looking for some Spanish cuisine until finally we decided on a small, quaint restaurant that contained a few locals and decided that Spain’s national dish should be a good way to start my orientation to Barcelona. Then the server brought out the huge pan of Paella (a Spanish traditional dish). Literally obsessed with it. We all ordered the vegetable one and of course homemade sangria to go with it! Paella is basically a traditional ...

    Au revoir Paris here we come Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by joannie62 on Oct 08, 2013

    22 photos

    ... the owner) . The apartment is actually nicer than I imagined and even nicer than the photos on the internet. Yes I booked this apartment and the one in Paris on the Internet and they were not scams and were great. This apartment however outdoes itself it is amazing. Rors has his own room and bathroom and we have a washer/ dryer and dishwasher and a freezer we are in heaven.
    We thank Isabel (who has been waiting for us for the last 5 hours )and she then informs me she has left ...