Canigo Hostal

Address: Passatge Flaugier 31, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08041, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Horta - Guinardó area of Barcelona, is near Church of the Sacred Family (Templo Expiatorio de la Sagrada Familia), Barri de Gracia, Els Encants, and Barcelona Glories.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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    Days One and a Half

    A travel blog entry by notjpsssn on Sep 13, 2014

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    ... Also, let's face it, a hilarious word that amuses us endlessly. Until we fall asleep, because we are slunky. Arrived at our hotel at about 10:30 a.m, roughly 24 hours after our alarm went off at 3am the day before. Our room has 2 single beds pushed together. Getting a queen or even full sized bed was roughly 3 times the price...what is with these crazy Europeans?! We thought they had some kind of connector for the first nap ...

    "I couldn't put that in my mouth!"

    A travel blog entry by twofoodies on Jun 13, 2014

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    ... large section of stained glass windows into a giant celebrity squares game. John the night shift on-call Archbishop called on Fathers Lucio and Bernard to come and try their luck at the game. Father Lucio went first, "Line one, position four!" The section of stained glass spun around. "I've won a Paneri watch!", he shouted joyously as he ran back to his room to read more watch literature.

    Father Bernard then stepped up to the line ...

    The final leg

    A travel blog entry by bmenke on Mar 19, 2014

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    ... a free walking tour which are always very informational. We learned about the regions losing streak in wars, the tapas which are regional appetizers that you share with a group of people, we also went around to cathedrals. We saw a building decorated with stick people that looked like a 5 year old drew it, but it was by Picasso and it was ugly. Many buildings were done by a famed architect named Gaudi, he was as bad as Picasso. His churches had no steeple, it was a flat roof, ...


    A travel blog entry by alice-patrick on Nov 30, 2013

    2 comments, 35 photos

    ... and you'd better not call them Spanish.

    Just as an aside, in Spain the letter "C" is pronounced with a slight "th" sound. Our walking tour guide told us this story. It seems that when the Hapsburgs were the nobility in charge, there was a lot of inter-marrying going on among them and they all ended up with this pronounced jaw line that caused some sort of lisp. Well the locals wanted to be fancy, just like the nobles, so pretty soon everyone was lisping ...


    A travel blog entry by jrdow2 on Sep 02, 2013

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... was amazingly blue and clean, considering the amount of people and proximity to the city. We spent the day riding between each beach and stopping to re fuel on iced coffee and boccadillos (Spanish sandwich). We also were glad to join a walking tour to give us some insight into the famous 'Gaudi' architecture stopping at La Sagrada Familia - 140 year old church that is still a work in progress, and given Spanish time I'm not sure they'll ever finish! And my favourite ...