Hotel Aneto

Carme 38, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08001, Spain and Canary Islands | 1 star hotel
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Via Mexico City and Paris, France

A travel blog entry by anitamercado on Jul 01, 2014

... for 11 hours. One wearing a sweater and the other wearing a coat during the whole flight. I was so hot and squashed. At least, the man slept still almost the whole flight but the woman elbowed me numerous times, spilled her salad dressing on my shoe and purse, sat up straight by pushing down on MY leg and even put her bottom on my seat as she slept. UGH! Then, we walked quite a ways to the international terminal to wait for our Air France flight to Barcelona. Today my feet walked in ...

The 1888 World’s Fair in Barcelona

A travel blog entry by ecurtis219 on Jun 03, 2014

The 1888 World's Fair in Barcelona and the Birth of Modernisme

Barcelona’s social and cultural vitality has been shaped by several mega-events in its past which have spurred the eclecticism the city now boasts. The most notable of these events were, chronologically, the 1888 and 1929 World’s Fairs and the 1992 Olympics. According to some scholars, the 1888 World’s Fair was the ...


A travel blog entry by rtwjustus on May 12, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

... buildings and their own unique character. We decided to not go back there again.
We took another tour on hop on hop of bus around the city to familiarise ourselves with the attractions. We find them good as they give a fairly good commentary on each attraction so that when we go back we know quite a bit about them. Anyway, we also made our way up to or down to (depends which way I hold the map) over to the Sagrada Familia Basilica. Even though
Gaudi ...


A travel blog entry by nomadjanel on Dec 09, 2013

133 photos

... of the village, resulting in highly beautiful spacious buildings. Antoni Gaudí was commissioned to design the church and his project consisted of an upper and lower nave, towers at the sides and a belfry measuring 40 m in height. In 1914, when the lower nave had been completed, the Güell family withdrew funding for the project. Gaudí developed the architectural innovations of his later works in the church crypt, which ...

The City that NEVER Sleeps

A travel blog entry by schreinski on Oct 25, 2013

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... La Sagrada Familia and went to get ready for the night.
We started the night by going to the IceBarcelona, which is ice bar where literally everything is made out of ice. From the couch, to the lamps, to the chairs, to the walls, to the glasses the drinks were served in, all the way to the bar itself. We got our huge eskimo/alien coats and a pair of gloves and headed into the huge freezer. We all walked in and were kind of disappointed because it was literally a giant ...

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