Campanile Barcelona Norte - Barbera del Valles

Address: Sector Baricentro N-150, Km 6.7, Barbera del Valles, Catalonia, 08210, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Barbera del Valles area of Barbera del Valles, is near Nou Camp, Magic Fountain, Picasso Museum (Museu Picasso), and FC Barcelona President Nunez Museum.
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      Charming Zurich, a Nice End

      A travel blog entry by odie1 on Jan 03, 2015

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      ... but the streets were dirtier. We arrived there at noon to overcast skies with light intermittent rain and cold temperatures but we set out by foot Immediately for the Old Town. Similar to Barcelona's old town, but much much smaller in size, the streets, some of them not much more than a passageway, were cobblestoned and lined with small cafes and independent boutiques. The first order of business was food and we decided on a very traditional looking tea house that was ...

      First Tourist Day in Barcelona

      A travel blog entry by snitzel63 on Oct 12, 2014

      27 photos

      ... pics and also visited Gaudi's La Familia church which he started to build in 1882 but never got finished as he ran out of money and relied on charity to continue to build. Gaudi's got hit by a car and died at age 79 but he had plans to finish the church and those plans still being followed but only by charity so will probably never be finished. It depicts the Nativity Scene and has been added to over the years by other peoples interpretation of the plans he left. A really ...

      Sagrada Familia

      A travel blog entry by chelsear on Sep 06, 2014

      ... was very thankful and rewarded me with free beer. I sat talking to one of the Australians for a while after dinner with a teacup full of red wine in hand, regaling him with weird Busabout stories I had witnessed and heard from Jemma and bonding over Adventure Time. I snuck upstairs to check on Issy, who was still feeling lousy. I collected our washing from downstairs, separated it into 2 bags and then resigned to go to bed and read for a ...

      Montgat and Barcelona

      A travel blog entry by stefanoandrea on Jun 15, 2014

      49 photos

      ... with our flute at the Pain Quotidien before we walked to his fantastic but never finished masterpiece by Gaudi, the "Sagrada Familia". This time we wanted to visit the inside so we queued up for a half an hour which was pretty good, in July it would be 3 times as long ! It is just amazing !!!! The structures remind me of something somewhere between extraterrestrial and natural designs. it is also probably the only cathedral build and still being build in the 19th, 20th and ...

      Barcelona and Monserrat

      A travel blog entry by jgilmer on May 14, 2014

      36 photos

      ... ago and is now only 65% complete. The problem is not the time it is the money. It is being built with private donations. Gaudi was not first to start La Sagrada Familia. First architect asked Gaudi if he wanted to continue construction. Gaudi began project when he was 32. There are currently 8 towers but at completion will have 18 towers. The newest part is the cloister. Cloister will surround the entire structure to lessen noise inside. The highest tower will rise 172 ...