Cal Mestre

Calle Torre Romana 2 - 4, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08793, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Day 35

A travel blog entry by 4girls on Aug 04, 2014

... Chloe advising him to go sit somewhere else and Lauren and Jayde speechless. After a few more comment he left to talk to others, however continuing to come back everyone and then. This proved the man clearly had something mentally wrong as nothing else would explain the disgusting rudeness that came from his mouth that also left all the other passengers wondering. We got off at the airport and made our way to check in for our flight to was now ...

Day 6 - Barcelona

A travel blog entry by chadspurgeon on Jun 26, 2014

1 comment, 21 photos

... as the major port city in Spain, Barcelona controlled much of the wealth, but the city's support of Columbus and his eventual discovery took away from this power and allowed Madrid to emerge as the financial capital of Spain. Back in Barceloneta at this point, we decided to go check out the beach. The man-made beaches of Barcelona are beautiful. And considering how populated the beaches were today, it is hard to imagine that they were only added within the last ...

Gaudi'd Out!

A travel blog entry by cokers on Jan 08, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

... in some unusual buildings.

We started at the top end, with access gained by 6 escalators and 2 short steep slopes. With no map we didn’t realise that the Gaudi part of the park was at the opposite end! It cost us E8 each to go into that part of the park. This was a surprise as we thought it was a public park. A primary school is located next to this park and we talked to a friendly student (Paul) and his mates ...

Barcelona - show us what you've got!

A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Jan 05, 2014

30 photos

... just delightful!

Next Stop: The French Riviera!

When in Barcelona
Things to eat: sangria, paella, churros
Things to see: Gaudi works (apartments, park, office, church), Olympic Museum, Port, take a cable cart ride from the city centre to Montjuic, the Gothic Quarter, (includes a church, royal balcony), parliament, old Venice, La Rambla (a main street with street performers and artists) and Plaša de Catalunya (a main square and shopping district) ...


A travel blog entry by midlifecruisers on Sep 07, 2013

1 comment, 27 photos

... but it's very unique, unfortunately Gaudi died before it was finished and it is still being finished today....estimated to be complete by 2026 the 100th anniversary of his death.
We thought nothing could surprise us, but walking through the door, we all just stopped and our gaze went upwards and we were speechless. Unlike all other churches and difficult to describe other than to look at the photos.

52 massive columns ( 1 for each week of the year) all supporting the walls ...

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This hotel, located on Calle Torre Romana 2 - 4, Barcelona, is near Freixenet Winery, Torres Winery, Poblet Monastery, and City Hall (Casa de la Ciutat / Ayuntamiento).
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