NH Ciutat de Mataro

Address: Cami Ral, 648, Mataró, Catalonia, 08302, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Cami Ral, 648, Mataró, is near Isla de Fantasia.
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      Travel Blogs from Mataró

      San Sebastián ��

      A travel blog entry by adonoghue on Aug 19, 2014

      ... gravy and mash I have ever eaten- it was delicious! We also ate paella and a lot of sangria in our short stay here. The day we were leaving we hired bikes to see the whole town and go to the view points and different beaches San Sebastián had to ...

      A big week in Barcelona

      A travel blog entry by sharon.bolton on Jun 12, 2014

      31 photos

      Arrived in Barcelona on a lovely sunny Sunday and it seems my feet didn't touch the ground for the whole week. It was really great to spend time with Geraldine and her mam Rose. Sightseeing, shopping and tapas galore. My impressions are that Barcelona is to Madrid as Sydney is to Melbourne, and not just because of the weather. Madrid is beautiful old buildings, very urban supercool grunge and artsy sophisticated. The guys get around in black ...

      Barcelona and Monserrat

      A travel blog entry by jgilmer on May 14, 2014

      36 photos

      ... Monserrat means serrated mountain. The structures were built in the 15th century. Monserrat built by Benedictine Monks. Structures built from stones from mountain. The hills of Monserrat used to be under water. Waters from rivers moved to Mediterranean Sea and tectonic plates moved forming mountains. Park Guell was built by a textile family heir who became Gaudi's patron. He saw a city garden in England and wanted one in Barcelona. He wanted to sell 60 plots of the land to ...

      The Cruise

      A travel blog entry by alice-patrick on Nov 27, 2013

      2 comments, 22 photos

      ... ports. He then has three months off to go home and spend time with family and friends. I've really enjoyed our travels and our goal is to be gone for nine months but I know I couldn't do that year after year, so if you were worried about me applying for a job on a cruise ship you can rest assured that it's not for me!

      The rest of the day at sea was spent reading, walking around the ship and of course, visiting the buffet....let's not talk about the buffet, ...

      Day 58 - Barcelona, Spain

      A travel blog entry by emilyjms on Aug 29, 2013

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      ... They were delicious! Everyone there was walking round with the brightly coloured juices. We walked around the rest of the stores. They were selling meat, cheese, chocolates, olives and other types of foods. Everything looked so good! We walked to the bottom if La Rambla and got the metro to see our first sight, Park Guell. The park was supposed to be a self contained community with houses, shops and schools but the project didn't ...