Hotel l'Alguer

Passatge Pere Rodríguez 20 , Barcelona, Catalonia, 08028, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the La Maternitat i Sant Ramon area of Barcelona, is near Monastir de Santa Maria de Pedralbes, Finca Guell, Parc de l'Espanya Industrial, and Museum of the Decorative Arts (Museu de les Arts Decoratives).
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    Travel Blogs from Barcelona

    First full day

    A travel blog entry by zaccyboy on Aug 09, 2014

    4 photos

    ... these Aussies that were complaining about Spain. "I'm bored of Spain already our next spend up is in Dubai" said the lady while that husband was having a cigarette.
    After that full day we went to the beach in the afternoon and l needed a nice swim to cool me down.
    Then we went and got some Spanish tapas for dinner and then went to ...

    Barca, you wild thing.

    A travel blog entry by dresalazar on Jun 24, 2014

    5 photos

    ... that the walking tour started soon, so I left and gave myself enough time to get lost before the start of the tour (and I did.) When I got there I found Kelly with her roommates, said hello, and decided that a little human interaction would be enjoyable after my morning alone. She seemed to stay with me more than her roommates, which I was fine with. Turns out she was only traveling with them because it was convenient, she actually didn't know anyone else in Barca. So ...

    BCN

    A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on May 23, 2014

    2 comments, 61 photos

    ... up to where the big cruise ships dock and Colon Columbus (which we went to the top of for 360 degree views of BCN). The column is adorned with a statue of Christopher Columbus pointing vaguely out to the sea, and is at the bottom of the big La Rambla boulevard. BCN is a mix of big wide tree lined boulevards and barrios with narrow winding lanes, and La Rambla is THE main boulevard and a hive of activity. Down the centre is a pedestrianized area with gelato stores, flower ...

    Catalonia an area of Spanish difference

    A travel blog entry by emseurope on Jan 15, 2014

    35 photos

    ... alcohol or a seat to their restaurant you were constantly avoiding people, more so here than anywhere else we have been. At night it was even worse, more that I thought it could be!


    Once we were back into our 12 person room we spent a bit of time relaxing, showering before walking back into the city to met up for our Tapas tour. This tour was excellent! We met a lot of great people form it including 3 girls from Sydney. Hale boy was also on the tour and a great guy ...

    The Genius of Gaudi...

    A travel blog entry by twodrifters07 on Nov 26, 2013

    45 photos

    ... style of the late 1800's.



    Modernisme (Catalan Art Nouveau) came about as a result of the revival of Catalan culture at the end of the 19th C and the city of Barcelona became the showpiece of many, many architectural wonders. Architect Antoni Gaudi is Barcelona's most famous Modernista artist, and a stroll through our neighbourhood reveals many of ...