Sercotel Pere III

Address: Muralla De Sant Francesc 49-51, Manresa, Catalonia, 08241, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Muralla De Sant Francesc 49-51, Manresa, is near El Tablao de Carmen.
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Travel Blogs from Manresa

Montserrat and Casa Mila

A travel blog entry by cindyrooks on May 09, 2015

... and were starving! Went to the audiovisual show and saw a movie about the history of the mountain, the momentary, the Black Madonna and boys' musical program. There was a small history museum after the show and finished with the boys' choir performing on video. Very beautiful! Boys were 9-14 yrs old and attend school on the mountain. There is a hotel, a cathedral, several places to eat, walking paths and we even saw people rock climbing ...

Day 71 - Barcelona

A travel blog entry by tiannarae on Nov 12, 2014

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... twisted wrought iron that decorate the balconies and windows, designed mostly by Josep Maria Jujol, who also designed some of the skies of plaster. Architecturally it is considered an innovative work by having a structure of columns and floors free of load bearing walls. Similarly, the front – which is made of stone – is also self-supporting, i.e., not loads of floors. Another innovative element was the construction of the underground garage. Casa Batllo wasn't ...

Day 12: Barcelona

A travel blog entry by gerard42 on Sep 02, 2014

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... below us, but we already knew we'd been far enough for one day, so weren't going to head in today. Plus it was early afternoon, the sun was hot, we were hot and sweaty from our walk up the hill. What I'm leading to is saying that they were the perfect conditions to call it a day and head back for a swim! On our way back we stopped for an ice cream. The lady had no idea what we were saying so we used the universal language of pointing to the one we wanted. This had great effect and ...

Barca, you wild thing.

A travel blog entry by dresalazar on Jun 24, 2014

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... that the walking tour started soon, so I left and gave myself enough time to get lost before the start of the tour (and I did.) When I got there I found Kelly with her roommates, said hello, and decided that a little human interaction would be enjoyable after my morning alone. She seemed to stay with me more than her roommates, which I was fine with. Turns out she was only traveling with them because it was convenient, she actually didn't know anyone else in Barca. So ...


A travel blog entry by hralbee on Apr 03, 2014

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On Monday March 31st we arrived on Barcelona, Spain around midnight! We took a bus to from the airport to our hostel and by the time we were all settled in it was about 2am the next morning. The city of Barcelona never sleeps, in fact clubs don't even open until 2am and close at 7am. Our hostel was really nice and had a huge lounge area, restaurant and bar downstairs. It was almost like a hotel except I was sharing a room with 11 other women. When we woke up the ...