Hotel Marvi

Address: Calle Pelayo 6, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08001, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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      Barcelona, All Things Gaudi

      A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Dec 29, 2014

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      ... of the scene. The way that Gaudi is able to tell the story of the Nativity is incredible but we were certainly lucky to have our guide there to explain everything since there is so much going on that it is easy to get lost when staring up at the massive collection.

      Since Gaudi passed away before the building could be completed he went to painstaking lengths to outline his vision for the remaining three fašades so that they could be executed by other architects ...

      Barcelona - Mount Montserrat

      A travel blog entry by jaydenecurrey on Aug 25, 2014

      After deciding to have an early night last night and going to sleep at 3:30am we woke up early but not quite as early as we'd hoped. Anyway, we got ready for the day and jumped on the metro and then a train to Mount Montserrat which has the most breath taking view I've ever seen in my life. It also has something called "The stairway to heaven" which is a heap of cement block stacked on each other and the land drops straight off at the ...


      A travel blog entry by whelan_89 on Jul 04, 2014

      Flight is booked for barcelona at 5:20pm flights were $60 each plus baggage which ended up being about $120. Train from salerno to rome- 3 hours Train from rome to airport- 30 mins Flight- 2 hours Shuttle to barcelona city- 40 mins WE ARE WRECKED!!!! But we catch up with jo and kerro and go try some local cuisine! ...

      Walking in El Gotic and La Pedrera

      A travel blog entry by sharon.bolton on Jun 12, 2014

      36 photos

      ... live in the building now. I could settle in quite nicely. Unfortunately, the outside was covered in scaffolding due to renovations. Also hopped off near Park Guell, a park designed by Gaudi originally built as a housing development but failed to sell. Apparently Gaudi lived in a house there. Didn't actually go in as the hill leading up was very steep and we were dog tired and hungry so we got waylaid at the pizza cafe half way up ...

      Wait, I'm blogging now?

      A travel blog entry by the.traveler on Mar 05, 2014

      ... I was bustled through what i assume was customs, got my passport stamped, and carried about my way through my third set of security gates. When I landed in Barcelona, I retrieved my baggage met my family face to face for the first time, and headed on our way. I was shown the city, briefly, and then started on my way to meet my host parents, who happened to be his mother and father. This was a welcomed surprise seeing as their house is a ******* ...