Husa Arenas

Capitan Arenas 20, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08034, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Barcelona

King of Spain

A travel blog entry by etillborg


... but it worked out fine, found it without problems and a lot of space there. The hostel was really good, felt more like an appartment with roommates than a hostel. First night, I opened up a bottle of wine at around 7 and started predrinking a bit. Little did I know that the times in Barcelona isn't quite as the rest of the world I've been in. They went out to the first bar at midnight. So I was fairly drunk already then. And been up since 7am ...


A travel blog entry by miss_alissa


... adventures we have shared). Our first dinner was at a small, spanish fusion restaurant called Cera 23. Hands down the best food I have had in Spain. Must try their signature blackberry mojito. We also enjoyed a glass of complimentary cava (champagne) which you cannot leave Barcelona without tasting. After a relaxing dinner, we walked around a bit enjoying the liveliness of nightlife before returning to our hotel and checking in for the ...

La Boqueria

A travel blog entry by


... it yesterday. OMG, randomly found the oldest chocolate and churros place I saw on my walking tour yesterday. I sat down for a horchata and churros. The choco was just too much. There were 5 guys and a lady working there. One really good-looking waiter, 2 about average ones, and 2 older gentlemens in their 70s. Guess who I got? Yes, the grandpas. They were pretty sharp.

OK, waaaaay to tired. I walk, got a little lost on the way, back to the ...

Spain now

A travel blog entry by shelleydarcy


... best in Europe. It was good but not great! There were hundreds of fish species that I had never seen or heard about. The next day we went to Antibes which a nice swimming beach with many fish swimming in the shallows. The Pont de Gard is almost 2000 years old. It is an old Roman bridge. They have had to do a few replacements of the stone in the bridge but most of it is still the ...

Barcelona - Catalonia's capital

A travel blog entry by lanternerouge


... are labyrinthine and I think it might take me another week to really get my bearings. One thing that really strikes you about the city it's is respect for design and architecture. Every building, tower, bridge and significant structure is introduced as "designed by......". This focus is obvious everywhere with interesting and quirky architecture at every turn. The Antonio Gaudi flourishes are the most well known but there are many other beautiful ...

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