Cal Mestre

Address: Calle Torre Romana 2 - 4, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08793, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle Torre Romana 2 - 4, Barcelona, is near Poblet Monastery, Freixenet Winery, Torres Winery, and City Hall (Casa de la Ciutat / Ayuntamiento).
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    A travel blog entry by bellandken on Jul 05, 2015

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    ... years of history we attended Church where our living God is worshipped however the statues are impressive and the message in the brochure captures visitors attention. Below the temple is a 100 year old amusement park that has been updated though still retains some of the past. Following our morning activity we visited the Montjuic Castle with history dating back to the 1600s. The mountain was also the centre of the race ...

    Day 35 bye temp accommodation

    A travel blog entry by luharris on Apr 28, 2015

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    ... find him a birthday present. We were going to get him a key bored but I couldn't find a decent one there so we headed home. When I got in I put some sausages on the balcony to defrost. Craig noticed this dirty great big seagull on the table. Yes lo and behold it had broken the packet and nicked a bloody sausage. Cheeky ****! Honestly this seagull was as big as Africa. Lucky we spotted it helping itself. I won't be defrosting savages on the balcony again. ...

    Barcelona, All Things Gaudi

    A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Dec 29, 2014

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    ... the light blue helping to enhance the small amounts that were able to make their way down to the bottom. The interior windows that opened to this stairwell were also done proportionately, with smaller windows at the top and larger at the bottom. The idea at the time was absolutely revolutionary since this interior courtyard of sorts was popular in Barcelona already but the way that Gaudi balanced the natural lighting was amazing.

    As we continued through the ...

    Be careful what you brag about!

    A travel blog entry by gdandpj2013 on Oct 23, 2014

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    ... elevator or other confined space (and our bike gear stands up by itself), we wash the riding gear. No joking, they came out clean, but they are lighter and softer than they have been for months. Yum its like putting on your favourite track pants and sweat shirt, armour and all! Small joys.
    We spent 24th sightseeing, and the bike was ready early. Guts haven't improved in spite of taken meds, so will be looking for a doctor ...

    First day in barcelona

    A travel blog entry by liam.duncan on Sep 18, 2014

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    ... species to thrive. The aquarium costs 18 Euro which is around $25 AU for a day pass although I am sure when travelling with a group it would be cheaper. I would recommend booking prior on the L'Aquarium website.

    L'Aquarium is conveniently located walking distance from the beach so shortly after leaving I went to Playa de St SebastiÓ beach for a relax and ...