Petit Palace Barcelona

Address: C/Roger de Lluria 21, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08037, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the La Dreta de l'Eixample area of Barcelona, is near Bus Turistic, Cuitadella Park (Parc de la Cuitadella), Casa Calvet, and Happy Parc - Pau Claris.
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    Feels like the real first day in Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by mariton on Oct 03, 2015

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    ... thinking it was going to rain, but it never quite did. We got thirsty later in the afternoon, and went to buy water in a small neighborhood market. 1 euro for 125ml. What a rip off (no prices are marked, and I'm sure we were the patsy Americans in their eyes). The other random memory was Marianne stopping to buy a peach to perk up her energy, and using her finger nails to peel it. Wish I took a picture of that.

    The Familia is a "not to ...

    Barcelona: Sangria, Tapas and the Spanish Sunshine

    A travel blog entry by kelmichellebell on May 16, 2015

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    ... exits out of the park while we were trying to make sure we had seen the whole park. Like the Sagrada Familia, the park was designed by Gaudi. The Gaudi style uses mosaic tile to create amazing designs with brilliant color arrays. We left the park, had enough time to go grab an early lunch at a small burger and eggs restaurant around the corner from our apartment and then made our way to the airport.

    Overall assessment: Barcelona is absolutely beautiful and a must see for travelers. ...

    Cathedrals, Parks, the Beach and Markets

    A travel blog entry by amy.larkin on Mar 17, 2015

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    ... think was even more windy than at the top of the hill. The guide on the walking tour the day before said that, when Barcelona held the olympics in 1992 they had to create a beach, so imported sand for Egypt, which apparently they need still need to do every 4 years to maintain the beach! We had a look through the old fishing village part of town, before heading back towards the city to get away from the wind. We wandered back through the park, and ...

    A Tour Back in Time

    A travel blog entry by odie1 on Dec 27, 2014

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    ... it so she could dip it into the cup of dark deliciousness, as well as a water to wash it all down!�� Next stop was the Museum. This is a small museum and is really only known for the Roman ruins that are found underneath- the most extensive, well preserved subterranean Roman ruins in the world! It was quite fascinating touring through this, crossing on the catwalks that hover above an ancient city dating back well into BC.  After leaving the museum, we meandered our ...

    Barcelona we're here

    A travel blog entry by carolyn201 on Sep 21, 2014

    ... beautiful, but in different ways. Croatia has a gorgeous coastline with hills tumbling down to the sea and a chain of lovely islands just off-shore. The road follows the coast (unlike our Pacific Highway) so you see one vista after another, with beaches (sometimes not so clean sand) covered with chairs and umbrellas in neat lines and in close proximity to each other, as they seem to do all over Europe. Some of the offshore islands look inviting. We went to three and ...