Husa Pedralbes

Address: Fontcuberta 4, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08034, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Sarria/Sant Gervasi area of Barcelona, is near Sant Antoni de Calonge.
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      Prehistoric caves and pole riding

      A travel blog entry by gallopingcookie on Apr 12, 2015

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      Rafa came to pick us up in his vintage car - 30 years old and we heard it coming about 3 minutes before we saw it. We started our day at the stables brushing and then tacking up the horses. Rowan's grey was so muddy it needed a shower to come clean. Our trek today was up and down some fairly steep stony paths....we just held on and let the ...

      First day and still walking (just about)

      A travel blog entry by gallopingcookie on Apr 11, 2015

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      ... br> Then down to the riding stables.
      Rafael, the owner is great. We did a little work in the school and then set off on a trek. Paths, through beautiful spanish countryside, with the occasional off-piste trek making our own paths through the woods. (It was more of on top and in the trees rather than through.) Required a lot of ducking! Talia's horse, Nemo, ...

      Hola

      A travel blog entry by lalviano on Apr 07, 2015

      4 comments, 5 photos

      ... the history.

      Phil, Sophie and Sue visited the Arab baths built in 1194 and we all then walked along the path that is called St Christopher's Way taking many photos. We all thought the city was very pretty and well worth the visit.

      The spanish do speak very quickly but we have been getting by with Sue knowing some Spanish and Phil with his Italian which has similar words.


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      One last Hurrah!

      A travel blog entry by want9814 on Feb 09, 2015

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      ... Barcelona called the Gothic Quarters. It is a complete 180 from the rest of Barcelona. It swaps wide straight streets for narrow winding streets, concrete for cobblestone, and souvenir shops for.... Well those were still there, but it was in older stone buildings instead of modern ones. We walked through the streets and visited the shops. It was our last stop in Barcelona before we packed up our things to go our separate ...

      Español

      A travel blog entry by monikaberlot on Dec 11, 2014

      ... for young people, it's dead. The people are great though, and it is obviously better than Cooma. I've been meeting with people regularly, which is always good, makes things less lonely. I miss a few people back in aus, which I can't wait to see when I get back. Spain is honestly great though, sometimes I wish I could live ...