Catalonia Rigoletto

Sabino de Arana, 22-24, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08028, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the La Maternitat i Sant Ramon area of Barcelona, is near Monestir de Pedralbes, Finca Guell, Museum of the Decorative Arts (Museu de les Arts Decoratives), and Europolis.
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    Bye Bye Portugal, Hello Spain!

    A travel blog entry by playhard on Jun 05, 2014

    5 comments, 5 photos

    ... when Amanda saw a sign in our hotel lobby.

    Ended up having a cool conversation with our driver about Porto. I asked him about the economy and how things were going. He said not good. the taxes are incredibly high for the working class - the government's doing. Young, able bodied people had a 35% unemployment rate. Most college graduates would leave the country because they could make so much better in ...

    The park with ginger bread houses

    A travel blog entry by my.scuba.tank on Jun 02, 2014

    Getting to Park Guell The best and easiest way to get to Park Guell is definitely by taxi although it is lasso the most expensive method. The distance between the metro station and entrance is about 15-20mins walk with slight elevation before reaching the escalators. We took the metro to Lesseps Station and walked to the escalators. The route is pretty straightforward with signs indicating the direction on the way. From the exit of the station facing the road, walk ...


    A travel blog entry by psing on Jul 13, 2013

    ... thing and checked out Gaudi's stuff. All very fascinating although we found the dozens of Indians peddling everything from fans to jewellery in the famous Park Guell rather tasteless. Can't understand why the authorities let it happen. Here Gaudi used colourful mosaics and various stone configurations to construct an elaborate playground with interesting paths, caves, arches in a vast garden settling. It's a place to visit in the off ...

    Barcelona finds us at last...

    A travel blog entry by stellarachaella on Apr 22, 2013

    100 photos

    ... district.

    Our second day we went on a self guided tour of Gaudi around the city. First stop, La Sagrada de Familia. The church is still under construction as you can see in the photos. We also checked out two other Gaudi hotspots: La Parrera and Casa Batllo. As we walked around the city we couldn't help but notice all of the signs paying homage to St. Jordi, and all of the makeshift stands selling red roses. April 23 is the day folks in Barcelona celebrate ...

    Discovering Palafox

    A travel blog entry by plantlegend on Oct 18, 2012

    40 photos

    ... no cork makers,no garden center, no museum to show us his ancestry. Yet upon more research we find a castle, yes the family had the largest castle in the area. Ahhh Fausto now knows why he has always felt like a king. He is the King of our castle in San Diego, at least we let him believe this. Someone tells us it is a nice walk up to the castle. We drive down a dirt road as far as it will take us then start the hike. ...