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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    Camp Nou...home of Barca!!!

    A travel blog entry by janwilliam on Jun 09, 2015

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    Slow start ... Both weary sore bits so decided on City Tour bus to see a lot in short time and then choose the things we would go back to over next few days. Barcelona is a maze of amazing and creative architecture and as our commentary outlined there have been so many designers and creative people who have influenced the city. Little touches everywhere of Gaudi and others from fascia on buildings to park benches, sculpture and such like. We went ...

    Day 9 Gooooooooood Friday

    A travel blog entry by luharris on Apr 03, 2015

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    ... Alfred was getting grotty being in his pushchair for ages before we headed home.
    We have been having a discussion recently about what we think the spare key Is for on our apartment keys. I read through the brochers the other day and I think it must be keys to the shared roof terrace, so when we got back we had a nose around and yes we were right. At the top of our building is a rather nice space we can use. Hopefully if it's nice tomorrow we can spend some time up there! ...

    Gaudi not gaudy

    A travel blog entry by foodblubber on Oct 08, 2014

    72 photos

    ... went on a tapas tour. So much cheap yummy food, and cheap yummy drinks, our whole evening only cost us E$25 each, and I was sloshed and full of food. We met some sweet young boys who are studying on exchange in Pamplona, they were just adorable, and made our evening even more fun.

    Gaudi was followed by Miro. We headed up to the Miro Foundation the next day. I love Miro... well, mostly his later stuff, but it also had some awesome ...


    A travel blog entry by dligonsf on Jul 02, 2014

    47 photos

    ... Channel.[58] Barcelona contains seven beaches, totalling 4.5 kilometres (3 miles) (2.8 mi) of coastline. Sant Sebastià, Barceloneta and Somorrostro beaches, both 1,100 m (3,610 ft) in length,[43] are the largest, oldest and the most-frequented beaches in Barcelona. The Olympic Harbour separates them from the other city beaches: Nova Icària, Bogatell, Mar Bella, Nova Mar Bella and Llevant. These beaches (ranging from 400 to 640 m/1,300 to 2,100 ft) were opened as a ...

    The Last Bit

    A travel blog entry by cano-dorval on Jun 29, 2014

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... right!!

    We spent a few days in a campground with everything we would need to pack up and tidy the motor home. My favourite thing about this place was the swallow nest in the womens washroom. Five baby swallows were being looked after by both their parents and you could see them growing and demanding more food every day. Little heads popping up and mouths squawking non-stop as soon as the parents were near. We were camped under a peach tree ...