DoubleTree By Hilton Hotel & Conference Center La Mola

Address: Cami dels Plans de Can Bonvilar s/n, Terrassa, Catalonia, 08227, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Cami dels Plans de Can Bonvilar s/n, Terrassa, is near Nou Camp, FC Barcelona President Nunez Museum, and Walden Eight.
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Travel Blogs from Terrassa

Day 10 (Avignon - Barcelona)

A travel blog entry by kimrop88 on Jun 08, 2014

9 photos

... out shots so they say to count each drink as 2-3 normal shots. Simon had a couple of mojitos which were verrrry strong while I was smart and stuck with my white wine. At 12:30 we all got taxied to a nightclub on the waterfront. It was very cool and very impressive but I had only had 3 drinks and the noise and amount of people was just too much for me, plus Simon isn't well so we were all tucked up in bed by ...

A muddled day

A travel blog entry by terry-christina on Apr 19, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

... Tomorrow we are starting our cruise around to Venice. I won't be doing my blog, as there won't be free wifi. I will wrote it up when I get home. We are doing the Holland America 12 day Mediterranean Tapestry cruise.

We are just back from dinner at the Tapas Bar across the street. We shared a selection of delectable oily treats and two glasses of home made vermouth. Absolutely fabulous. We'll sleep well tonight.

Feliz ...

You Need a Passport for That

A travel blog entry by megs36 on Nov 20, 2013

1 comment, 17 photos

... the doors close. Somehow between all the confusion we had purchased first class tickets, which provided free wine. Not a bad mix up if you ask me.

We spent one of our last nights in Valencia in the city. Out of nowhere this amazing aroma comes over me and we stumble upon a little bakery, still pumping out fresh breads at 7:00pm. I didn't even think my feet just took me inside and I ordered a small empanada, and Kate a baguette with tomato and ...

Isak

A travel blog entry by jessmackay on Jun 18, 2013

2 photos

... school and what he was doing travelling, I started to mirror some of his habits. I would take longer to look at a particular building because the architecture was interesting or beautiful, I would try to awkwardly pronounce Ola rather than hello and most of all I would try not to rush through a city but rather slow down and appreciate the small things.

Once you see what the city is famous for, learn to see what the city is loved ...

Day two from Barcelona

A travel blog entry by roamingreids on Jun 16, 2013

5 photos

... 18 spires completed so far when it is completed it will be really something else.

Whilst the "Familia" church is his most famous of works there are more than six of Gaudi's buildings currently on the UNESCO World Heritage listings. What an incredible man and talent.

The other architecture around Barcelona is also something to behold as everywhere you go there's always something to take your ...