Hotel Blauet

Onze de Setembre, 156, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08820, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey


... here is La Pedrera (The Quarry) – apparently named so because of its uneven grey stone fašade, and known for its wavy exterior and weird chimneys. We couldn’t see much from the outside as the whole building was covered in a big protective sheet. For a break from the Gaudi, we took a look at some work by different architects (can’t recall their names) including Casa Amatller with its stepped roof and interesting light posts in the foyer, and the Fundacio Antoni ...

Barcelona and Montserrat in the Rain

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas


... to rain harder and blow so we hurried through the rest of the tour to the bus.

On the way to our next stop we went down the Rambla de Catalunya where all the rich people lived when Barcelona tore down the city walls and expanded north. Each rich person tried to out do the other. We saw two of Gaudi's houses, Casa Mila also called "The Quarry" and Casa Batllo. There isn't a straight line in any of his work. The Casa Mila had an ...

Back to Barcelona

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee


Dave and Jill had figured out groupings to the airport in Malaga, trying not to take too many trips, so I was with Pat and Peppa and Gillian. We were picked up at the square at 11:00 AM; my flight wasn't until 3:05 PM so I had to wait quite a while. Thankfully, Gillian’s flight was at 3:30 PM so we were able to wait together. Peppa’s flight to France didn't leave until 9:00 PM so she was going to take the train ...

Walking Tour of Barcelona

A travel blog entry by


... I decide to maybe hang together. The weather was not so good. It was rainy. He didn't really want to do much, but was it out. We go to this one place for coffee. Hmmm, I hope he has some desires to do stuff, otherwise, I'm ditching him. The rain lightens a bit, we head out. I discover he's spontaneously like me. We just walked to where it felt right. We discovered the popular Plaza Real. It was no Plaza de la Virgen. Then we walked to the Barceloneta. Nothing to write ...

Florence, French Riviera, Barcelona.

A travel blog entry by nicoleguyer


... because I was feeling really sick with a head cold and chest infection but the bits that I did see were amazing. Before arriving in Nice we stopped in at a French perfumery where we saw the process of making perfume and perfumed soaps etc, I found it really interesting and of course brought some perfume at the end of the tour. In no time we were arriving in Nice after getting a peak of Monaco from the cliff tops. We checked into the hotel which was only 2 blocks away from the ...

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