Sonia'S House

Carrer d'Elkano, Barcelona, Catalonia, 8001, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Barcelona

Wow! Barcelona!

A travel blog entry by petkatravels


... but we ended up going through the museum then, and I think that was a great way to do it. I am not a scientist or a mathematician, so could not get my head around the principles and theories that Gaudi used, except to realise he was a creative genius. So with appreciation and some introduction to his inspiration and dream, it was good to do the audio tour. We did not rush. You would not want to. It is ...

My First Visitors!

A travel blog entry by molliecura


... rare for a Spanish place) and I was instructed to go early if I expected to sit at one of the seven small tables. I'm glad we did! There was no menu. The waiter/owner just told us what we'd get: whole, fried sardines, olives, tomato and onion salad, butifarra (Spanish sausage) and pan con tomate. The wine was homemade and poured out of a keg. Crazy. When we asked for the bill, the waiter simply informed us that it was 30€. No itemized bill. It was delicious and ...


A travel blog entry by jennydawson


... our way slowly down winding through a very steep and narrow staircase. Once we got to the bottom we just sat for awhile and took it all in. We the. Went to leave and realised there was a museum to look at as well which was really interesting because it shows how the architect Gaudi went abo the process of design and how his vision came alive. He worked on this church for 40 years while he was alive and once someone asked him when it ...

Barcelona Day 4

A travel blog entry by penguinchris


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"l’escenari" means the stage, of course but I’ll let you work the rest out for yourselves.

Our arrival in Placa de Sant Jaume was timed (accidentally) to coincide with the performers coming on stage and despite quite a decent crowd there was a space near the front and to the left of stage so we went to stand there. The ...

Barcelona My Dream

A travel blog entry by shehryaarkhi


I went to Barcelona,Spain. It is famous for Red bull ,Football and olive oil. Barcelona's culture stems from the city's 2000 years of history. To a greater extent than the rest of Catalonia, where Catalonia's native Catalan is more dominant, Barcelona is a bilingual city. Barcelona's people are Generous and good. My memories are that I saw Bull Riding,Barca playing football match and met the famous football players of Barcelona.

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