Hotel Ciutat de Mollet

Address: Gallecs 68, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08100, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Barcelona

Barcelona is great,

A travel blog entry by chezann on Jul 10, 2014

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... doubts!   The Pyramids of Giza in Egypt only took 20 years to build, with ancient tools, and so far this basilica has taken around 200 years to be constructed, and it is only 60 %25 completed.   One of the main features of this building is its height , which is 984 meters.   It looks spectacular from the outside even though they are still working on it.   The chapels and the lighting effects from the stain glass windows are ...


A travel blog entry by dligonsf on Jul 02, 2014

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... The Open University of Catalonia, a private Internet-centered open university, is also based in Barcelona. Historic building of the University of Barcelona, entrance vestibule The city has a network of public schools, from nurseries to high schools, under the responsibility of a consortium led by city council (though the curriculum is the responsibility of the Generalitat de Catalunya). There are also many private schools, some of them Roman Catholic. Most such schools receive ...

Via Mexico City and Paris, France

A travel blog entry by anitamercado on Jul 01, 2014

Population of Mexico City 21.2 million Flight to Mexico City from TJ was uneventful. The lady giving us our ticket took too long, technical difficulties? Mexico City was a mixed-up, mess-up. We arrived in terminal 2. Went across airport to get to terminal 1, which is the international terminal, to board our Air France flight. Kept being redirected back to AeroMexico. Finally, went to Air France offices (located in parking lot structure?!) to find out that we were NOT flying Air France ...

A Relaxing Day at the Freixenet Winery and Movies

A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Jun 29, 2014

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... of the founder of Casa Sala, married Pedro Ferrer Bosch of La Freixeneda. This era saw the gradual loss of Spain's colonies and grape production diminishing due to the phylloxera plague that had destroyed red grape vines across Europe. Inspired by the success of Champagne, CodornÝu and others encouraged vineyard owners to replant with white grape varieties like Macabeu, Parellada and Xarel•lo to use for sparkling wine production. These grapes ...

Starting to cruise

A travel blog entry by ldschaub on May 17, 2014

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... Have you had loose stools in the last 2 days!”
Old man: “What day is today?!”
Old woman: “Sunday!”
Old man: “ I don't think more than usual!”
Old woman: “OK, have you have a sore throat or cough?!”
Old man: “What?!”You get the drift. Far too much information. When we got to the counter, the couple next to us went back and forth about needing a ...