Hostal Ballestero

Manuel Sancho, 2 ((esquina paseo Fabra i Puig), Barcelona, Catalonia, 08016, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Porta area of Barcelona, is near Guell Park (Parc Guell), Barcelona Glories, Parc del Forum, and Bodega J. Miquel Jane.
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    Walking Tour

    A travel blog entry by chelsear on Sep 03, 2014

    ... citizens of Barcelona to make sure they weren't going to revolt. She told us about Spain's time under dictatorship during WWII, which lasted until Franco's death in the late 90's. She also told us about a statue of Columbus in Barcelona that points away from America (because they didn't want it facing Madrid) and its origins. An architect went to the council and showed them plans for a piece to go where the statue now is. They took one look at it and deemed it ...

    Arriving in Barcelona, Spain

    A travel blog entry by kerrilyn on Jul 12, 2014

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    ... so took a look at a few of the menus that were eagerly thrust at us. Most of them were fairly similar with what was called tapas which I think was their entrees. You could get multiple tapas to try. They didn’t look that appetizing to me. The Spanish English accent was quite funny though – just as imagined. 'You-a have the choice-a on this-a menu’ was how one young guy talked to us. I have exaggerated it a bit but not much! I had to ...

    Barcelona Spain

    A travel blog entry by faerenuff on Jun 09, 2014

    48 photos

    ... tolerate but don't acknowledge. Having said that, Marta described them as very high-tech and politically active intellectuals. Getting your son into the choir is every families dream apparently. Back to Barcelona. Final destination of the day was another of Gaudi's masterpieces, Guell Parc. Guell was a well-to-do fellow who bought a hill on the outskirts of town to turn into a 'gated community/housing estate' for 60 homes for the wealthy. Gaudi was employed to ...

    La Sagrada Familia

    A travel blog entry by on Sep 17, 2013

    272 photos

    ... Going down the spiral stairs made me real dizzy. I tried to go down faster like I had done with the spirally stairs back in Valencia, and it yes, the sooner I was done with them the better. Waiting it out or walking slowly was just prolonging my torture.

    Upon departure, I decided to take the route recommended by Ron home along the Carrer de Sardenya street. Along the way I saw an big shiny structure in the distance. I zoomed in on it and whoa, a big arch. I ...

    Barcelona - Catalonia's capital

    A travel blog entry by lanternerouge on Jul 01, 2013

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... 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 ...