Hotel Ciutat de Mollet

Address: C/ Gallecs, 68, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08100, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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Primavera Sound

A travel blog entry by maddieeakin on May 30, 2015

... This could be due to the concrete everywhere. One thing I found interesting was how with as many stages as they have, the sound does not interrupt one another. If you are at one stage, you cannot here the music from the other stages surrounding you. There are many amazing bands that play here. My favorite band that I saw was Sylvan Esso. Their energy was off the charts and the lead singers voice is absolutely incredible. I would recommend this festival for anyone who enjoys ...

The Rain in Spain...

A travel blog entry by kmmk17 on Mar 20, 2015

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... back 15 minutes later to open it I again had problems getting in. However no matter how hard I tried the door simply wouldn't open. Having to put my clothes back on I went back to the reception where the guy came back and tried to open.

Coming back after finding a ruler to try and use to open the door, he eventually resigned to the fact he "had no tools" and the mechanic wasn't coming back until tomorrow. This ...

Gaudy Gaudi

A travel blog entry by pohearn818 on Nov 23, 2014

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... provides a good sweat, not something I was anticipating at the end of November, but whatever, I am in good shape. Destination, Park Guell, home of a community that Gaudi built as a sort of residence housing project for high-end individuals.

The Park is made up of the free area and the Monument Zone. The Monument Zone costs 6 Euros and you have to buy an advance ticket prior to arriving because it has a time on it to indicate when ...

Barcelona - day one of four

A travel blog entry by craigang58 on Oct 01, 2014

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... the set menus, 6 plates for 30 euro total. We thought that was cheap compared to elsewhere in Europe but we've heard that the better and cheaper food is elsewhere than on La Rambla. But if the food seemed cheap the total meal wasn't. We spent 80 euros total because of the drinks. We had Sangria, the red wine based punch, and like punch it's refreshing. The problem is it's quite alcoholic and the glasses are 600mls and the affect hit us pretty quickly in going from ...

The Great and Historic City of Barcelona

A travel blog entry by pverco on Aug 03, 2014

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... of Barcelona (Barthelona as they pronounce it). The tour took us past the 1992 Olympic Games facilities, including the large main stadium, diving facilities, swimming pool etc. They are so proud of this facility. It is in a beautiful location. perched high on a mountain / prominent hill within Barcelona. It would have been wonderful for the athletes, as well as all of the spectators, each day as they were in attendance of the Games, they would have ...