HLG Pelayo Barcelona Hotel

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

Our last day of beaut Barcelona

A travel blog entry by angrygaza on Sep 18, 2014

23 photos

... share...it was pretty tasty. Overall a great meal!!We then walked around the block to the fountain. The show was pretty awesome to see, although it's meant to be choreographed to music...you couldn't really hear the music, but still it was really cool to see though! There was so many people watching, as this was the first one of the season. We are so amazed with the area we were in too, it was very beautiful and had very cool building surrounding the area. Certainly somewhere ...

Barcelona Bandits

A travel blog entry by jess.skellern on Jul 14, 2014

11 photos

... story, it was so much fun!

We knew about the hostels nightly party bus… for 4 euros ($6) you get a shot at the hostel bar, bus to a club and free entry. For us this was a no brainer and our new Jacuzzi friends thought so also.

12.30 the party bus was full, we were back seat bandits and dancing in the isles. For a Monday night the club was unbelievable, its like a Saturday night in the city at home….Barcelona has impressed on its first night. ...

Kamaainakine's Great Adventure -Barcelona

A travel blog entry by kamaainakine on May 18, 2014

29 photos

... Barcelona lies in the region of Catalunya. Their citizens (Catalonians) are proud - so much that they see themselves as a separate nation away from Spain. They speak a language of their own; Catalan first, then Spanish if they have to. No wonder my Google translator couldn't pick up any English translation as all the signs are in Catalan. To cross the language barrier, playing "pictionary" sign language sometimes ...

Horta Labyrinth Park

A travel blog entry by nomadjanel on Sep 30, 2013

1 comment, 29 photos

... fountains and pools in this park are included in the Barcelona City Council Amphibian Protection Programme, which maintains the water without using chlorine in order to promote the recovery of protected amphibian species, such as the Common Midwife Frog, the European Tree Frog or the Perez’s Frog. The fish are kept in separate spaces from the amphibians so that they don’t compete against each other.


Antonio Gaudi Architect Extraordinare

A travel blog entry by allanmclaren on Jul 14, 2013

30 photos

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