Hotel Catalonia

C/ Sant Jaume, 42-50 , Calella, Catalonia, 08370, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Calella area of Calella, is near Castell Medieval, Club Natacio Atletic Barceloneta, and Teatre Lliure.
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    Travel Blogs from Calella

    Park Guell

    A travel blog entry by chelsear on Sep 04, 2014

    ... sitting outside for the next hour I said I would go back to the main road where I had gotten my wallet out, with slim hope that I would find my ticket. Apparently luck was with me as I found the little green ticket lying in the middle of the road, ingrained with gravel but still functional. We walked around the park for about an hour and a half, checking out the pillar tunnels that run through the park, the column "market" area under ...

    Day 7 - Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by chadspurgeon on Jun 27, 2014

    1 comment, 34 photos

    ... expect for the rest of the day. If you stroll a little farther down the main drag in Eixample, a street named Passeig de Gracia, you come to another Gaudi building - Casa Batllo. Casa Batllo is interesting, not only for its unique architecture, but also for its location. Located across the street from some of the highest end stores in Barcelona (Prada, Cartier, etc.), Batllo sticks out like a sore thumb. Although we didn't visit the inside of Casa Batllo, we ...

    Gaudi - genius or just mad, hard to tell

    A travel blog entry by kpgtravels on Apr 11, 2014

    1 photo

    ... is quite incredible, and Gaudi, for those who don't know, invented the architectural concept that allows open plan. The buildings are like sculptures but scaled up, and it is hard to believe that in the early 1900's he was being paid by private citizens to design and build these so non conservative buildings. La Sagrada Familia is difficult to describe and photos and words just don't do it justice. Walking up ...

    Day 2 in Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by nanaof7 on Sep 30, 2013

    8 photos

    ... to see what we could see and end up at Sagrada Familia for our 3 o'clock tour. We didn't get far when we came upon Sant Pau Hospital which was designated as a Unesco World Heritage sight. It functioned as a working hospital until 2009 when it was closed and now is being restored to its former grandeur to become a museum and cultural centre. We donned safety vests and hard hats and set off. It is a ...

    Day 19: Gaudí's Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by phoenix7 on Aug 30, 2013

    2 comments, 186 photos

    ... which holds the Museum of Catalan Art. I didn't know what to expect so I was absolutely delighted when the first show started: a Disney medley. The fountain is capable of rising up extremely high, and whenever it did, those of us sitting right in front of it got wet when the mist came down, but it was refreshing. The changing colours of the fountain were beautiful and I just couldn't get enough. I stayed until almost 11:30, watching show after show ...