Gran Hotel Balneario Blancafort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... to the place. The monument area is the park center and it had amazing views of the city of Barcelona all the way down to the sea. It has Gaudi's Modernista aesthetic all over with mosaic glass, curves in the design and plays on nature. Now that I have spent a day with Gaudi, I feel like an expert. It is incredible to see how one man shaped the city of Barcelona. This really helped me put the whole story of the city of Barcelona ...
... the building in 1886 and is expected to be finished in 2030!!! An amazing amount of time, and no doubt an incredible amount of money! We found the tour very interesting and it lasted for about 1 1/2 hours. Seeing inside the church was worth the entrance fee alone we thought.After we visited the area we headed back to the Gotic quarter and roamed around for a while. So many cool areas here we could spend endless hours exploring these beautiful ...
... a bit of a badass, so I was a bit trepidatious - but I was really keen for him to share his perspective on our travels. So I said "sure, let's do it," and crossed my fingers. The fruits of his labours are below. I didn't know he was going to turn his lens squarely on me - and I see he's shared perhaps a teensy bit more than some of you would like to know (!) - but an agreement is an agreement. He did his part, so I've done mine: no edits except to correct a couple of ...
... Bouvila, this book does another important thing, which is to depict the introduction to Barcelona into the modern world, and the struggle presented by this city to do so. It shows how the World Fairs were the two major events that gave Catalunya, especially Barcelona, that little push to become truly financially independent from the rest of Spain, especially from Madrid. The World Fairs gave birth to majestic creations such as the ever ...
... of goodies. We noticed a bike hire place on the same street and had planned to use the cheap city bike system like we had in London to get around BCN, but found out the next day that after the city residents chucked up a stink about it, they are now for locals use only, and there is an annual fee for them to use them. Tourists can only hire from regular shops for around EUR 12-15 per day, which would add up. So instead we just walked!
We got into a bit of a pattern during ...