Barcelo Montserrat

Ctra Matorell Capellades, Km 19.5, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08635, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Ctra Matorell Capellades, Km 19.5, Barcelona, is near Freixenet Winery and Poblet Monastery.
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    From sandstorms to sangria

    A travel blog entry by carinamary on Sep 10, 2014


    Good Morning! It's 6.30am here in Barcelona and I'm sitting in bed with my cuppa getting ready for the first full day in Spain. 10 of us travel bugs are in a 2 bedroomed Appartment which is very nice and where we will spend the next 4 days.
    we arrived here from Dubai yesterday lunch time and spent the afternoon wandering around,ending up with tapas and sangria,buying a few supplies and having an eary night

    But let's start at the ...

    Barcelona Spain

    A travel blog entry by faerenuff on Jun 09, 2014

    48 photos

    ... palm trees and peacock feathers, etc etc - as the photos will attest. We walked from there up to Gaudi's Casa Batllo ( pronounced Bat- eo).This was an existing apartment building which Gaudi remodelled for the Batllo Family, with exquisite and intricate attention to detail (and not a straight wall to be found anywhere). The exterior is fanciful and fantasy-like (even a little creepy) whilst the colourful humped tiled roof is suggestive of St George's dragon. ...

    La Rambla

    A travel blog entry by beverlybrown on Sep 18, 2013

    2 comments, 28 photos

    The name of this long avenue, leading from the Placa de Catalunya, Barcelona's central square, to the statue of Columbus on the seafront, comes from the Arabic ramla, meaning the dried-up bed of a seasonal river. Barcelona's 13th-century city wall followed the left bank of one such river that flowed from the Collserola Hillls. Convents, monasteries and the university were built on the opposite bank in the 16th century, outside the city ...

    Barcelona - Catalonia's capital

    A travel blog entry by lanternerouge on Jul 01, 2013

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... in the Pyrenees where I will unpack the bikes and soon after have our first encounter with the tour. We are hoping that Simon Gerrans might still be in Yellow for that. i got very excited watching the highlights of the Greenedge boys winning the team time-trial. Better go now, obviously missing work massively. Just in from another beer, wine and Tapas feast. Tomorrow (or soon) I'll explain how the Kangoo turned into a Renault Scenic. See you next in ...


    A travel blog entry by sarahrussell on Jun 22, 2013

    ... view it was very interesting with the use of light and materials etc, I could go on but yea it was pretty cool. Even just the outside was amazing all wavey facade. Walked then down the road to one of Gaudi's other buildings, which from the outside wasn't as spectacular but had a quick peek inside through the gift shop, as all these places were a bit expensive, so I had to pick and choose what I went into. Glad I went into the first ...

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