Hotel Torres

Address: C/ Camprodon, 14, Arbucias, Catalonia, 17401, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on C/ Camprodon, 14, Arbucias.
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Day 2

A travel blog entry by jason152z on Oct 05, 2014

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... that made our backdrop. We continued to walk and climbed a tower to get a great 360 view, definitely worth the huffing and puffing. Extremely randomly we heard music coming from a cave just off the city wall, why not go check it out? I can't really explain, but it was kind of an underground event that was being setup, but with projectors, chairs, blue lights and booze. One thing mentioned earlier was that museums were free on a Sunday, however one thing they failed to mention ...

Too Busy to Blog Time Ending Soon! :-)

A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Jul 30, 2014

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... traveling and sightseeing together, so I cannot very well be developing photos and penning blogs while she travels without me! Sorry!

So after my vacation in Italy (August 1-11), I promise to catch up on photo development and blogs plus travel tips, etc. Here is what is in store for the catching up period of August 12-21:

1. Additional neighborhoods in Barcelona, including ...


A travel blog entry by jgilmer on May 15, 2014

32 photos

... it is the home of one family. The exterior looks like bones, hence the name Casa Batllo or House of Bones the balconies look like masquerade masks to me. Some say it looks like opening jaws. The wood base boards throughout the house look like waves in the sea. The house has a built in heating and cooling system using a system of louvres. These louvres can be opened or closed to control the wind flow through the entire house. I can't do justice to the house ...

From Sagrada Familia to Poble Espanyol

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee on Nov 01, 2013

64 photos

... my neck to see this amazing structure) I saw the Hop On Hop Off bus pull up as well. Work on Sagrada Familia began in 1882. The inside was just completed in 2010. There is still a lot of work going on outside, lots of scaffolding. The fact that it is unfinished and ongoing is a big draw to the church. It’s strange to see the parts of the outside architecture that look so different from each other—but then some parts of it were done in the ...

Full Day in Barcelona

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee on Oct 31, 2013

77 photos

... in anticipation of hosting the 1936 Olympics—which never happened—and then extensively renovated in time for the 1992 games in Barcelona), and the stop for the Teleferic de Montjuic (cable car to the top of the hill). From there the bus continued down to the harbor, past the monument to Columbus (said to be the tallest), the port where all of the cruise ships dock, over to Port Olympic and back along the edge of Ciutadella Park. I stayed on the bus, ...