Reymar Hotel

Address: Paseo Maritimo 96, Malgrat de Mar, Catalonia, 08380, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Malgrat de Mar area of Malgrat de Mar, is near Castell Medieval and Teatre Lliure.
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        Gaudi - favorite son of Barcelona

        A travel blog entry by susierosenstein on Oct 20, 2015

        6 photos

        ... Gaudi (from whom, not surprisingly, we get the word "gaudy") and the FC Barcelona Stadium (aka super successful professional soccer team). Then a lucky find for dinner where we had our first paella, which is really a dish originated in Valencia but still delicious in Barcelona, and market fresh tuna served by a world-traveling man originally from ...

        Gaudi architecture

        A travel blog entry by patelfamily on May 11, 2015

        1 comment, 9 photos

        Today we got the metro to Park Guell. This is a jig park area where Gaudi built some houses, gardens and other buildings. We walked around and saw so many tile mosaics. It was incredible. There were lots of plants. There were caves with decorated ceilings. There was a ginormous tiled lizard with water coming out his mouth. Jacob nearly stepped on a real lizard! Then we went to La Pedrera, another Gaudi building. There were lots of chimneys on the roof. ...

        Barcelona day 3

        A travel blog entry by craigang58 on Oct 03, 2014

        58 photos

        ... view. At 3.30pm we got on the Hop On Hop Off bus to go to the most northerly stop it makes. This is on a sloping hill and the location at the top is called Tibidabo. We'd been told it would give the best views over Barcelona to the sea. We got off the bus at its highest point to find that we needed to walk (it would be a long long walk) or take a bus or tram to go higher. For 8.60 euro each return we caught the bus. The hill is steep and we saw the first villas we've ...

        Walking Tour

        A travel blog entry by chelsear on Sep 03, 2014

        ... citizens of Barcelona to make sure they weren't going to revolt. She told us about Spain's time under dictatorship during WWII, which lasted until Franco's death in the late 90's. She also told us about a statue of Columbus in Barcelona that points away from America (because they didn't want it facing Madrid) and its origins. An architect went to the council and showed them plans for a piece to go where the statue now is. They took one look at it and deemed it ...

        Last Full Day in Barcelona

        A travel blog entry by farewellpegcity on Jun 29, 2014

        7 photos

        We got up, had breakfast at the B&B with a couple from New Zealand and then went to the beach again. I went for a nice long swim and Neil happily hung out on the beach watching me. The sun was not intense yet and the breeze was beautiful. Then we took the subway up to the Gracia neighbourhood. This area of Barcelona is supposed to be 'younger' with a great nightlife and lots ...