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TravelPod Member ReviewsBalmoral Hotel Barcelona
The hotel is very nice, awesome facilities so far my experience has been great friendly staff upon check-in and in the restaurant. Food is great I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone visiting Barcelona, I was impressed at the central location of the hotel with shops sights to be seen within walking distance of the hotel.
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I am finally here after a big day and a half of travelling with two stop overs, one in Melbourne one in Dubai, before catching the airport shuttle bus from Barcelona airport to my hotel which was about a 30 minute trip which was nice a lot to look at along the way this bus was compliments of the hotel I am staying at. It is lovely and warm at the …
... be a Godsend. Boy was I right, I fell asleep floating in water on my back for an hour, it took the attendant 20 minutes to wake me up I was so out of it. I strongly recommend anyone with health issues to try this type of therapy. Upon arrival to Sant Gordi, I get familiar with the hostel, people, and surroundings. The hostel has a biking theme, using bikes and parts from bikes as decorations throughout. At the hostel I meet Leily, from Iran, and Marcelo, from Brazil. The three of ...
... wine was held on-site in their offices with a bit of explanation then we hit the street. Gillian guided us through the crowds, down La Rambla to the markets where a slow wander enabled her to explain a lot about what foods were on offer, their origins and how the locals eat them. We then proceeded through the Jewish quarter, retracing some of our steps from an earlier tour and then walked past the Catedral to a little restaurant opposite a more modern ...
... previously been free to the public. We were warned repeatedly to be careful of pickpockets, because conditions are so bad that more youths have turned to street crime.
Sunday, September 28
What a special and spiritual way to spend a Sunday morning - in Gaudi's stunning Sagrada Familia. I had not been inside the basilica in previous visits to Barcelona because of the long lines to ...
... of Aragon and Castile marked the beginning of Barcelona's decline. The Bank of Barcelona, probably the oldest public bank in Europe, was established by the city magistrates in 1401. It originated from necessities of the state, as did the Bank of Venice (1402) and the Bank of Genoa (1407). Barcelona in 1563 The marriage of Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile in 1469 united the two royal lines. Madrid became the centre of political power whilst the colonisation of ...