Luna Club

Address: Av. Cristofol Colom, 18, Malgrat de Mar, Catalonia, 8380, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Av. Cristofol Colom, 18, Malgrat de Mar, is near Castell Medieval and Teatre Lliure.
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Travel Blogs from Malgrat de Mar

Barcelona - Day 1 & 2

A travel blog entry by t.bird on Oct 31, 2014

7 photos

... have 19 spires in total. The 12 spires over the entrances for the 12 apostles, one huge spire in the centre for Jesus surrounded by six smaller spires for the Virgin mother, Joseph and.....some other people. The sculpture at the entrances was just amazing. All biblical scenes of course, but a mix of classical and modern styles that blended amazingly well. I wanted to go in and see the interior of this monstrosity, hoping it would be just as overwhelming as the exterior, but ...

Sagrada, Park Guell and Paleu Musica

A travel blog entry by hjb468 on Aug 30, 2014

98 photos

... is actually an enormous stained glass skylight. During the day the hall is completely lit with natural light. I was a bit rushed to get there so I didn't get a close look at the sculpture and tile work on the balconies - Another reason to go back! The show was so very Catalan... 4 Spanish guitar virtuosos who not only played beautifully but entertained us with a great deal of character and humour as well. It was a wonderful night! ...

Day 7 - Barcelona

A travel blog entry by chadspurgeon on Jun 27, 2014

1 comment, 34 photos

... city, but was a little disappointed to see that thousands of people had the same idea as we did. Another major Gaudi tourist attraction, Guell Park features a few more of Gaudi's buildings, including a home he used to live in. Originally designed to be an upscale housing development in the early 20th century, the park has now become a beautiful retreat from the city with incredible views of Barcelona and the Mediterranean Sea. If it wasn't such a tourist trap, ...

Barcelona

A travel blog entry by jessboss4 on Sep 22, 2013

We arrived in Barcelona at about 1pm (Tuesday 17.9) and after getting our bags made our way out to the entrance to find a way of transport to the city centre. We decided on an aerobus as it was much cheaper than a taxi. We had to go to the last stop. We we got off the bus, I only had directions saying "find the cathedral". Neither of us realised, there are many cathedrals! We walked and walked and found we had gone the wrong way. So we turned around and walked and walked ...

La Sagrada Familia

A travel blog entry by mdkh on Jul 17, 2013

3 comments, 12 photos

This morning after a late breakfast, we set out to visit La Sagrada Familia, not only one of the world's basilicas named as such by the Pope in 2010, but also an amazing piece of architecture that has been in construction for over a century. It is crazy that one person (Gaudi) could have conceived such an intricate structure, but even crazier that he left plans for it to be completed after his death in 1926, which they estimate will be done somewhere around 2030. ...