Hotel Ciutat de Granollers

Turo d'en Bruguet 2, Granollers, Catalonia, 08402, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Turo d'en Bruguet 2, Granollers, is near Teatre Nacional de Catalunya - TNC.
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    Travel Blogs from Granollers

    Antoni Gaudi Designs: Intro + Sagrada Familia

    A travel blog entry by travelmaniax on Jul 19, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... to have a guided tour, or just a look around by themselves of the Familia. Even though the church has not been finished, receptions are still held here every Sunday morning, when the builders take a break.

    There are some other Gaudi buildings that I saw which I will be described in entries coming up in the few days. By the way, some people thought I died in Dubai. I did not. Just ...

    Tapas in El Raval

    A travel blog entry by sharon.bolton on Jun 12, 2014

    21 photos

    Fantastic night of tapas and walking on this evening tour through El Raval, a very multicultural area, quite run down in parts, complete with streetwalkers. Not a tourist in sight as this is not an area you would stick around in if you happened to stumble across it. We were taken to about five different eateries with a wonderful young guide and the food was AMAZING! Very different to the food on the tourist trail and even included a ...

    Barcelona and Monserrat

    A travel blog entry by jgilmer on May 14, 2014

    36 photos

    ... Barcelona no longer allows bullfights. Barcelona was created by Romans 1st century after birth of Christ. It was surrounded by walls until 19th century. Then the city needed more room so walls were torn down. Attending the university is a right not a privelege in Spain. The government pays for most of college expenses. They don't want increase in taxes to pay for increased costs because the government should pay for it according to our guide. La Sagrada Familia was started ...

    The Beginning - Spanish Embarkation

    A travel blog entry by alexwelsh95 on Aug 21, 2013

    12 photos

    ... can say that they are the biggest, most adequate and luxurious cabins than any other ship. After dumping our luggage and rucksacks in the room we decided that after all the travelling we would go for some food and a drink. We decided that cafe al bacio would be our new place to hang out and drink tea and coffee. The drinks weren't complimentary (wasn't very clear for newcomers; some people left without paying) but the snacks such as cookies, cakes and jelly (or jello) were. I ...

    Where holding the Olympics actually pays off

    A travel blog entry by schweetbix on Jul 01, 2013

    2 comments

    ... every single guy at the table to buy me one (somehow I managed to be the only girl on the tour....), but apart from that a very good and late night. This really good night lead us to booking our accomodation in Ireland drunk at 2:30 am and chosing a place called "Marilyn Mansion". To be honest it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be based on limited choices, drunkeness, and an affinity for bad puns (turns out it was for Marilyn Munroe not Marilyn Manson anyway; THANK GOD!).


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