Husa Via Barcelona

Maria Tarrida 6-7, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08970, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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    Tapas, sangria, and giant dolls

    A travel blog entry by tanya.justus on Sep 20, 2014

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    We got to sleep in a bit this morning as we sailed into Barcelona. At lunchtime we met the family by the Lido pool for burgers before getting off the ship to explore some of Barcelona. We started by walking along part of Las Ramblas (lots of shops, restaurants, market stalls, a little bit touristy) and stopped in a cafe for coffee. From there everyone went their separate ways, but Amy and Duane wanted to come ...


    A travel blog entry by bricksadventure on Jul 30, 2014

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    Jakes drivable again an god he runs smooth now! A large day driving to Valencia, have an incredible paella dinner an off to Barcelona in the morning �� Hit up a cycle tour of the city which was stunning, see some of gaudi's masterpieces including of course the Sagrada Famillia.. 100 years of construction an still going.. An the amazing act the Catalonia people want out of Spain an to form their own country! At the campground ...

    The second day of Jill's birthday

    A travel blog entry by sk4r4m4ng4 on Jun 17, 2014

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    ... predominantly sold fish ( surprising that being right next to the sea) and Jill doesn't like fish so we had to head into town for something else. We meander through the narrow streets of the Gothic Quarter and have a meal in a small Italian, Jill has carbonara and I go for the tagliatelle with lobster. I know I have a reputation as a food snob but I was a little worried when half a lobster arrived on one plate and the pasta on another, I was going to have to crack the lobster ...

    Days 2,3,4.

    A travel blog entry by swannieg on May 05, 2014


    ... Sellars Pink Panther movie! Learnt all about Gaudi - the 19th century architect whose buildings are the main tourist attraction in the city. He died in 1925 with many of them unfinished. He used a lot of bright colours - many with what looks like big icecream cones on the roofs.The main one the neo-gothic church that he started in 1883 - is expected to be finished in 2040. Fascinating but a bit of a mess ...


    A travel blog entry by jennydawson on Oct 20, 2013

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    ... we go. We are staying only a short walk from where the bus dropped us which is really good. It is a really nice place and the best shower we have had yet! I want to take it home with me it's so good. We had a bit of a rest when we got to the hotel and then headed out later afternoon to explore and godet some dinner / lunch. We just walked along the street and came across some food markets in this big square where heaps of people were. We joined ...