AS Hotel Bellaterra

Address: AP-7 Km-151, Exit 21, Cerdanyola del Valles, Catalonia, 08290, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on AP-7 Km-151, Exit 21, Cerdanyola del Valles, is near Nou Camp, Magic Fountain, Picasso Museum (Museu Picasso), and FC Barcelona President Nunez Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Cerdanyola del Valles

      Day 12: Barcelona

      A travel blog entry by gerard42 on Sep 02, 2014

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      ... the English to be good, so were a little bit reserved as we went in. But, in what is quickly becoming a pattern here, we shouldn't have worried because again everybody in there was just so friendly! Could say it's not very Spainful. Or even Spainless. Our plan today was to get out and do some 'token touring', in that we'd go out and see something to make us feel we were taking some sights in so we weren't wasting a trip to Barcelona, then once our conscious was satisfied, ...


      A travel blog entry by annsplace on Jun 29, 2014

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      ... a water polo match in the pool complex. It had the most spectacular view of the city. We ended up walking back to our apartment taking in cathedrals and the Arts centre along the way. All quite weary by the time we got back as it was about 26 degrees but felt hotter. Had our usual lunch at 4pm then went out to dinner at 10pm. Found a fabulous little restaurant with great atmosphere that specialises in paella. Up until then, the night was fabulous. However as we were walking ...


      A travel blog entry by datkins506 on May 22, 2014

      29 photos

      ... initial visionary, is truly inspiring. Gaudi became obsessed with it until his death in 1926 (tragically hit be a tram) He lived to see part of his dream realised. Nature inspired him in the design of many of the column, arch and window/light shaft designs. The completed Basilica is truly out of this world. The audio tour provides incredible insight. The external facades, all but one were planned by him, along with the towers, but he left the final facade for those ...

      A Weekend in Barcelona

      A travel blog entry by jlafrenz on Feb 23, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... pure geometric forms found in nature. Despite its massiveness, the interior is light and relatively open. Stained glass on every side brings in elegant and vivid colors.

      I also visited Park Güell, another Gaudí design. Here there is a focus on mosaics and flowing, organic forms. A completely whimsical space with slanted archways, lilly pad canopies, and mosaic salamanders to add to the character. It is situated at the ...

      Barcelona Day 4

      A travel blog entry by penguinchris on Sep 21, 2013

      126 photos

      ... waving stopped when MerceDansa began and as the sun set we watched as various different troupes including Pastorets, Bastoners and Gitanes went through their routines, some stately and elegant, others wild and dangerous looking.

      One of the La Merce highlights of the day was the Pasejada de Bestjes de Foc, a parade of the beasts of fire, many of which would be appearing in Correfoc the following night, most of whom where accompanied by taballaders. ...