Hotel Terrassa Park

Address: 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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    Travel Blogs from Terrassa

    Off on the Barcelona Tour Bus

    A travel blog entry by carolynschuts on Sep 04, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... Our first hop-off was at Montjuic. Here we caught the funicular sky rail up to De Montjuic Castle. It was quite a spectacular view of the city and surrounding harbour, both from the sky rail and also from the top of the castle. The castle was built in the 1600's. After lunch, bought some groceries and headed home for a recharge of batteries! Another exciting day had by ...

    29 Days Later

    A travel blog entry by georgegoode on Aug 29, 2014

    ... The temples of Bali, the monkeys, the sheer recklessness of the moped riders, not to mention the merciless 'hunting' of doe-eyed tourists in the concerted effort to sell them/us something. Bali had been both annoying and pleasant in equal measure, but I couldn't see myself going back there any time soon.

    Australia on the other hand had been everything I'd hoped for and more. It was my Godfather 2. My Empire Strikes Back. My Aliens and my T2: ...

    A Passionate Apathy

    A travel blog entry by taylor.prichard on Jun 03, 2014

    ... care. This sort of apathy reminded me of the lull American politics sometimes falls into. But what distinguished this apathy from its American counterpart is that it was more widespread and more hollow. When people said in Portugal they didn’t care about politics or know anything about what was going on they meant it. Usually in America, even if most people will only vote during presidential elections, a lot of people know significant things about ...

    Goodbye Javea, hello Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by beakerage on Jun 09, 2014

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... the presents out! After the tour, I found a bakery for lunch and then explored La Rumbla and the market nearby. I´ve been craving to visit a market for so long so this was heaven. I walked around with a fruit salad (2euro) in hand and checked out the many awesome food stalls. I bought some delicious smoked ham (1euro) and some cheese (2 euro) to make some baguette sandwiches for the next few days and then went back to the hostel. Had a big day today so now it was time to ...

    Around town and the gothic Quarter

    A travel blog entry by robinstride on Mar 04, 2014

    27 photos

    ... cruise Donna called it) on our boat called Omnibus which lasted 1 1/2 hours, sailing along the entire front of Barcelona passing the beaches, the Olympic village and the port area's. Lunch was an interesting affair ..... We chose a small back alley and a small cafe, with no Spanish we struggled even at basic level, but in the end more or less ending up with what we wanted !! I had a great ...