Hotel Ciutat Vella

Carrer Tallers 66, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08001 , Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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Mediterranean Cruise and Ports-of-Call

A travel blog entry by alice-patrick


... The last stop on the cruise was Barcelona, beautiful and vibrant Barcelona. More on this great city in my next blog post. All-in-all the cruise experience was OK. The food on the ship was just OK. We expected that we were going to save a lot of money cruising Italy rather than driving or taking trains and buses and staying in apartment or hotels. In the end, we about broke even. Bottom line, Italy is expensive, no matter how you get around. Spain is a much better ...

Almost All About Gaudi

A travel blog entry by mugharrington


... After all of that, you have to become a saint right? Inside in the courtyard of the Cathedral of St. Eulalia, 13 geese are kept in honor of Eulalia. We saw the only public work of Picasso on display. It is amazing that it survived considering Franco didn’t like Picasso’s work and Picasso left Spain and vowed to not return until Franco was gone. We also strolled by Santa Maria del Pi (Maria of the Pines) and the Jewish Quarter. It was a ...

La Sagrada Familia

A travel blog entry by


Hola chicos!

Definitely liking Barcelona more! Left the hostel this morning for my own room and bathroom in the El Gotic area <1 min. from La Rambla. So much nicer to be thisclose!

The room is double the size of the room I had at the homestay with Fina in Valencia. And the bathroom looks fancier too. The couple here, Ron and Tdk, and Danko, their dog, and Sasha, a friend's dog they're dogsitting for, are wonderful! The dogs are midsized, both kind ...

Barcelona - the good, the bad and the unthinkable

A travel blog entry by word-a-day


... or immediate expenses from the incident – although an insurance payout is looking dubious.

Anyway, that was Spain – from bulls and bravery to scumbags and sorrow. Somehow when all is said and done, we don’t hate it. We loved the culture, the scenery and the vibrancy of the cities. We enjoyed the festivals and the time with friends, the beaches and the weather. It was the first time our trip felt like a holiday and for that we can say we were ...

Day 10 - Shopping and a lot of walking

A travel blog entry by basbraham02


... majority of the museum was closed, so we weren't there for long. The next museum we went to was the CCCB museum. The only thing that museum had was an exhibition on Pasolini Roma. He was a famous Barcalonan photographer from a long time ago. The museum was very interesting. It had lots of videos and clips that were in the museum on display. It was hard to read about the museum and watch the videos because it was all in Spanish. We spent quite ...

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