Hotel Acta BCN 40

Address: Joaquin Costa, 40, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08001, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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      Finally on the Road (air) again

      A travel blog entry by mike.schwartz on Jan 16, 2015

      ... anywhere. In Barcelona we were very reliant on the metro system. The walking tour was very fun. Our guide was from Barcelona, but grew up in Dublin so it was fun talking with her about Ireland. She showed us the important stuff. The Sagrada Familia, a bunch of quiet squares with fountains, the wire tower symbolizing the human pyramid tradition in Catalonia. Overall it was a great few hours exploring a new city. (Also it was warm. I cannot emphasize ...

      Walking Tour

      A travel blog entry by chelsear on Sep 03, 2014

      ... restaurant, which is Sean Penn's favorite place to eat breakfast. We went to the main square opposite La Rambla and stopped for a 15 minute break before continuing on to the hip Broche district. The first thing we saw here was a wall decorated with elaborate modern art, including a depiction of a giant military Ronal McDonald and a hanging lounge chair pierced through with more chairs. Apparently the street artists in the area change it around every 2 weeks or ...

      Gyros and Tapas and Sangria

      A travel blog entry by nickandjulie on Jul 16, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... not only do you get meat (it was amazing) with the salad (very good) and hot bread (amazing) but you get chips also. And only 2.30! For dinner, we went to a place called Mama's House and it was run by this crazy, larger, older lady who stood behind the till at the front door and barked orders at all of her staff. It was quite funny to watch. We rocked up and she yelled 'Hey, hey, how many?’ and we said there were five of us. She got louder ...

      El Ravel and the "New Me"

      A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Jun 17, 2014

      6 comments, 7 photos

      ... educational and cultural organizations. Within, you can wander a pleasant garden surrounded by Gothic pillars.
      • Entrances on C/Carme & C/Hospital 56
      • Courtyard open 9am–8pm daily
      • Free

      10. Església de Sant Pau del Camp--Deep in the heart of El Raval is this Romanesque church, one of the oldest in Barcelona. Originally founded as a Benedictine monastery in the 9th century and subsequently rebuilt, this ancient ...

      Gaudy Gaudi

      A travel blog entry by zinnojan112 on Mar 21, 2014

      8 photos

      ... is quite non-traditional. Above the altar, Jesus seemed to be suspended from a parachute rimmed with tiki lights. He used large grapes and wheat {which I mistook for corn on the cob} to represent the wine and bread. The statues were very unlike any we had seen before. I'm glad we went, but it was not a church that made me feel a sense of peace. Rather it left me feeling distracted. ,Sorry, Antoni! We were getting cold ...