HLG Pelayo Barcelona Hotel

C/ Pelayo, Barcelona, Catalonia, 8001, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Barcelona

We made it ...

A travel blog entry by cc-


The flight was long but we made it. Barcelona is awesome! Brian and I have decided we must come back to Barcelona. We checked into our hotel ..showered and headed out for the sights. Our first stop was Placa Catalunya ...home of the pigions. Max had a good time chasing the birds. Hopefully I will be able to download some photos soon. The internet …

It is go time....

A travel blog entry by cc-

Our flight departed at 6pm. We got to the airport at 4pm and we just made the flight. Max was mad, hungry, and had a wet diaper. He was cryin as we got on the plane so I am sure everyone was thinking ...great. Once we got his diaper changed and gave him a cookie ...he was asleep within 30 minutes after take off and did not wake up for the whole flight. Hooray!!!

Day 18: Barcelona

A travel blog entry by phoenix7


... French and English. My first stop was the Palau de la Musica Catalana, a 2 minute walk from my hostel. The tour guide was very bubbly and funny. She told us many interesting facts and played us a recording of the pipe organ in the concert hall so that we could hear the brilliant acoustics. The concert hall was astoundingly beautiful. I felt very lucky to be sitting inside it. Along the back wall of the stage, the architect placed 18 muses, 9 on each side. ...

Last day in the city

A travel blog entry by garrynjan


... dribbled sandcastles of sculptured rock.
After an hours journey we arrived at Monistrol and transferred to a 'rack railway', taking us very steeply across the face of the mountain, twisting and turning , until we finally arrived at the Abbey -
the views were spectacular and the air crisp ... the tourists, of which there many, all speaking in different languages, none of which we understood, but we were all there ...

Gaudi day

A travel blog entry by abi.latham


Despite the tap tap tap of rain against our window, we rugged up and took the underground and then a bus to Gaudi park which is nestled against a hill suburb outside city central.

Gaudi designed this as a trendy residential park but it never took off due to being "too far from the action" for the yuppies of the day. He lived there himself in the orange house pictured for many years till he started the cathedral, where he bedded down in ...


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