Hotel Turo de Vilana

Address: Vilana, 7, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08017, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Sant Gervasi - la Bonanova area of Barcelona, is near Museum of Science (Museu de la Ciencia), Science Museum (Museu de la Ciencia), Monestir de Pedralbes, and Monastir de Santa Maria de Pedralbes.
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    Train ride

    A travel blog entry by jstrukoff on May 18, 2015

    ... for platform 5, had our tickets scanned and went down to the platform to board
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    Montserrat Monastery

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    ... set up selling lots of dried fruits, nuts, fig cakes and tons of CHEESE. I bought some cheese for my fellow interns back in India as we are seriously lacking (despite the fact that cows casually roam every street).

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    The dream of a man

    A travel blog entry by pandar on Sep 23, 2014

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    ... with statues and icons. The spires run to the ground outside the church and a huge arch holds the falling spires over the main entrances, so you can gain access through the time portals into the chapel itself. As you enter the doors there is a myriad of creatures and people welcoming you to the church. Turtles hold the columns aloft and a turkey in one side and chickens on the other are there watching you pass.
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    Goodbye Barcelona

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    Barcelona Weekend Trip

    A travel blog entry by matthewswilcox on Jul 24, 2014

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    ... every way except that it's laid out in a cross shape and has an organ. The pillars holding up the ceiling are like trees that branch out an support different parts of the ceiling and the stained glass colors the white walls with colorful light everywhere. The pictures hopefully do it justice because writing about it definitely doesn't. I think it's the coolest building I've ever been inside of. After the church we headed out to find a famous gelateria that we ...