Hotel Luna

Address: 153 Paseo de la Marina, Castelldefels, Catalonia, 8860, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 153 Paseo de la Marina, Castelldefels.
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Travel Blogs from Castelldefels

Barcelona Hostel Change

A travel blog entry by chelsear on Sep 05, 2014

... some Vicky Christina Barcelona. At around 4pm we walked to the big Barcelona food markets on La Rambla, which was a considerable, rainy and fairly sketchy walk through the town. The markets were bustling and reminded me a little of indoor markets in the city at home. Most places sold meat, cheese or fruit with about 30 places to get fresh fruit juice. The prices got cheaper the further in you went so we got some €1 juices at the back of the hall, a strawberry kiwi ...

Beach day, and massage

A travel blog entry by sbusby on Jun 19, 2014

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... other's company. This past year we have both been going so fast with our jobs and our Church callings, that our time together each day is short. We make a point to re-connect after each day and to go on dates...but we are so exhausted...this was such a treat to relax and enjoy each other with no schedule, nowhere to be, nowhere to rush to and just enjoying the moment without worrying about what comes next.

It has been so much fun to just hang out with Ryan. We ...


A travel blog entry by jenny-peter-g on May 14, 2014

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... instead. The original church burnt down, and was rebuilt. It is the most amazing Basilica - ornate with gold all around the alter area, people queued to pass the Madonna and say a prayer - she is housed in a glass case high above the alter - reached by a narrow passage way and stairs. The church also contained beautiful lamps hanging from the ceiling, each one individually designed - beautiful. Photos probably don't do it justice. Drove ...

Finally something we recognize!

A travel blog entry by ldschaub on Apr 30, 2014

... turned out to be a break water park.
Once we finally made it to the beach, we found out that this was one of the longest beaches in Barcelona, 8 continuous miles. There was a boardwalk with people waking, cycling, rollerblading, running and skateboarding down it. The walk was quiet but it was dotted with restaurants and cafes. We found a nice one that was beach side. The server spoke to us in English, ...

John's half way reflections

A travel blog entry by cokers on Jan 07, 2014

... home - have been Navaras. I would even go far as to suggest we have seen more Hyundai than Toyota so far.

Of course Monte Carlo breaks all the rules and the blatant displays of gross wealth are over the top as far as cars and boats are concerned, as well as all the designer shopping outlets.

Costs aren't crippling either. Diesel is dearer than NZ petrol, but the cheapest fuel here. And good quality accommodation is available at similar rates to a quality motel in NZ ...