Hotel Terrassa Park

Avenida Santa Eulalia 236, Terrassa, Catalonia, 08223, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Avenida Santa Eulalia 236, Terrassa, is near Nou Camp, FC Barcelona President Nunez Museum, and Walden Eight.
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    Beautiful and beachy Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by simonct on Oct 17, 2013

    27 photos

    ... apparently) made of red brick which was built for the worlds fair in 1882. The story goes that Barcelona were offered the Eiffel tower by Gustav Eiffel, but the people turned it down in favour of the arc de triomphe. Good choice, guys!!!

    On our last day we visited the history museum of Barcelona. It was effectively a museum underneath the city where they had exposed the old roman ruins of the original city of Barca. To see the city remains and how things were done ...

    Barcelona, oh how art thy???

    A travel blog entry by maxine.daniels on Sep 02, 2013

    30 photos

    ... shortly so i'll leave (His feelings were kind of hurt...oooops,sorry). I just really wanted to come over to say you were beautiful and a beautiful girl like you should not be eating alone. Me: Thanks Ok, so with all that said guys.. He was soooo damn Good Lookin!!!! But I am in Barcelona alone, I gotta play it safe. Can't go there. But good lord. But you know, when I motioned the server for my bill, he came over said said in broken english "The gentleman that left ...

    Topdeck Paris to Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by cleegan on Jun 18, 2013

    8 photos

    ... able to return from war in grandeur. When the Nazi’s overrun
    Paris, they symbolically marched through the Arc to take the city. And when the
    Allies drove the Nazi’s out of Paris, they symbolically pushed them back
    through as they retreated.

    From the Arc de Triomphe you can see the Eiffel Tower peeking
    above the beautiful Parisian apartment complexes. We followed these sneak peaks
    down to the Seine River until there she was, the most ...

    Always My Favorite

    A travel blog entry by candice_irby on Mar 13, 2013

    1 comment, 24 photos

    Today it is raining. Susan, Lin, John and I take a taxi to the Joan Miro Museum (Fundacio Joan Miro) in Montjuic. This is one of my favorite days in Barcelona despite the weather as Joan Miro is one of my favorite artists. The building by Josep Lluis Sert as well as the collection are superb. The evolution of Miro as an artist is documented by the artist's work as well as by several videos that are part of the exhibit.

    After viewing ...

    The rain in Spain...

    A travel blog entry by kjcorby on Sep 19, 2012

    6 photos

    ...stays mostly in Barcelona when we're visiting. Hard to be upset though when Spain is desperately in need of rain after having gone without for months. Today was a full day of excursing, starting with a bus tour of Barcelona. Much like Valencia, there is way too much history, amazing architecture, and culture to be satisfied with one tour. Attempts to put the art in architecture were a constant theme throughout with Gaudi as a occurring theme. In fact when I return, I'd love to take ...