Husa Arenas

Capitan Arenas 20, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08034, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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Beautiful, beautiful, and even more beautiful

A travel blog entry by jcdanovich


... best players in history (Beckham and Ronaldo are probably the only two most of you readers would recognize) was good enough for me. Then after seeing the locker room, I was able to walk out of the tunnel that I have seen hundreds of times on TV. It was as cool as it looks on TV. I even ran the last few steps right out onto the field as the players do every time there is a match.

After the tour was over, I had lunch at the stadium. I enjoyed some perlas and beer like ...

Sagrada Familia

A travel blog entry by britanne


... I was traveling. He then thought my job was traveling and was asking if I wrote reviews....I just decided to go with it and say yes because I thought that would have been easier than trying to explain everything. Dumb answer! He owns a winery or something like that, so he got excited and told me all about his business, asked if I ever go to France, and then gave me his card so I could stop by and do a review on his ...

The city that never sleeps...Barcelona, Spain

A travel blog entry by stephaniegaul


... it was pretty dead with a few people here and there so we hopped in some taxis and headed to Bling Bling. The people we were with knew a few of the club promoters so we got free entrance and also some free champagne! There weren't a lot of people there when we first arrived but got a lot busier by the end of the night. We ended up getting into a VIP booth where we ended up meeting, lets just say, some very well known people. It was definitely an experience but when the club closed ...

Everything Gaudi

A travel blog entry by heatherandmike


... and will have to return to catch things like the beach and the Picasso museum. Our bus trip took us past many of Barcelona's most famous buildings many by Gaudi. Antoni Gaudi was a Catalan architect who lead the late-1800 Modernisme movement. This movement sought to oppose traditional and religious expressions in Spain ( think Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris) and to embrace or renew the country via art. Architecture was only one expression of the Modernisme movement. ...

Stage 1 proper, Reus to Barcelona

A travel blog entry by supermonkey76


... struggling to find the hostel. It's in the North of the city which is very hilly, so wrong turns are very expensive in energy. Then the battery went on the iPhone (shouldn't have Strava'd!) so lost my only map and the address of the hostel. I rode around (nah, literally up and down!) for ten more minutes and then decided to crack out the iPad and bite the bullet on the roaming Internet charges. Found the address as "54 Aguilar". ...

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