Hostal Ballestero

Manuel Sancho, 2 ((esquina paseo Fabra i Puig), Barcelona, Catalonia, 08016, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Barcelona

Never Been to Spain, But I kinda like the music...

A travel blog entry by dixiej


... cabin cruiser this ability amazes me. I’ll never forget talking to a woman that was the Captain of her and her husband’s boat on Lake Winnebago years ago, which I still get looks from many when a female pulls into a dock, where she described her skills as “I can turn it on a dime and give ya 9 cents change!” My kind of girl!

This ship is the oldest in the Norwegian fleet but underwent a major renovation a ...

My Review of Barcelona...

A travel blog entry by tmm


... minded and try something new. My favourites were the asparagus with walnut dressing and the sizzling garlic shrimp. Buy the whole bottle of wine. The wine is cheap compared to North America. And if you're lucky, some local musicians will wander up and add some ambience to your evening. When they're done, tip them. Music is wonderful and it makes the whole experience more magical, and they're creating it for you. Support that. It's awesome.

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Wonderful Barcelona - Gaudi day

A travel blog entry by cmdickson


... s apartment building and joined quite a short queue. The fee alowed entry to the roof, the attic and an apartment which is furnished as it would have been in the 1920s when some smart avant garde Spanish family lived there. It was amazing - all three areas. The roof has all the chimneys, light shafts, water tanks etc created into sculptures and all with super practical and sustainable features. It is beautiful as well as functional. The attic ...

Barcelona, Spain

A travel blog entry by perkinsholyland

... shopping, etc. We found a bar called the international bar. It was a very neat austrailian bar which was airing an austrailan/new zealand rugby match. Yesterday, we went and saw the barcelona cathedral, the sagradad familia cathedral, and picasso museum. All of which were underwhelming. We did a little shopping before heading back to start packing. Love and miss ...

Day 1 - Barcelona

A travel blog entry by adamfirestone

... the city! Our hotel, the HCC Montblanc, is in the center of the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona. Our rooms were not yet ready so we took the opportunity to walk around and see the close sites. Some of which include the Palau Reial Major, the former residence of the Kings of Aragon, and many more! We then ate lunch locally and headed back to the hotel. After freshening/resting up for a few hours, we decided to go walk to La Rambla, an avenue of shops and kiosks. We walked around ...


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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