Hotel Nuevo Triunfo

Address: C/ Cabanes 34, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08004, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located in the El Poble Sec area of Barcelona, is near Columbus Monument (Monument a Colom), Mirador de Colon, Maritime Museum (Museu Maritim), and Apolo / Nitsaclub.
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    The Sagrada Familia

    A travel blog entry by jimbeaux on Sep 15, 2014

    ... Jamon store. Oh well…strike two. So…we walked up La Ramblas and found another Amorino Gelateria and had theirs. I’m telling you….you will LOVE IT! Check to see in your area if they’re there yet.

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    Day 2 in Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by belldallas on Aug 06, 2014

    1 comment, 32 photos

    This morning our guide, Begonia, picked us up at our hotel for our Gaudi tour. Antonio Gaudi was an architect and native of Barcelona who lived from 1852-1926. He never married or had children, was deeply religious, and was inspired by nature. Gaudi believed that God was perfect and created perfection, and so by imitating God's creations he was honoring God. With this in mind, it's clear to see nature's forms in all of Gaudi's work. Tracy is particularly interested ...

    Barcelona Spain

    A travel blog entry by faerenuff on Jun 09, 2014

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    ... would pilgrimage to for guidance and miracles. As their popularity grew, the church got involved, a black madonna was found in a nearby cave and soon a monastery was being built on the mountain (so no black-skinned virgin in the south of France but there is one in Spain). The monastery is still operational and the mountain is now a big tourist and pilgrimage destination, with restaurants, shops, boarding school for the boys choir, etc. It's an incredible ...

    Day 22 Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by cherylpaul on May 31, 2014

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    ... church". There was a central garden area, complete with a gaggle of geese & a fish pond full of huge coy. All around the outer edge of the garden were small individual shrines to I presume different saints (I don't read Spanish!) most of these shrines had lit candles that had been placed there by worshippers. There was also at one end a tiny little church, it was all very quaint & very beautiful. After leaving the Gothic Quarter, we ...

    Catalonia an area of Spanish difference

    A travel blog entry by emseurope on Jan 15, 2014

    35 photos

    ... catalina tradition! It was a really good/fun night including playing 21 (a game where you go around saying 1 or 3 numbers in a row, the person that says 21 gets to make a rule for the next round e.g. instead of saing 5 you have to make an animal noise, instead of saying 12 you stand up etc etc) you end up forgetting the rules or there are too many rules so you are all making sounds, standing up or whispering! It was a lot of fun and a great way to get to know the few people we met ...