Pension Eos

Gran via de los corts catalanes 575, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08011, Spain and Canary Islands | Pension
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Travel Blogs from Barcelona

Mr. Jones Strikes Up A Conversation

A travel blog entry by kyleandchanny on Jun 27, 2014

... the gothic quarter and checking out a flamenco dancing show (see title for cheeky reference).

The gothic quater was amazing to say the least. Countless amounts of long narrow maze like streets coming and going in every direction. Multi story medieval buildings covered in gothic decor and eternally protecting gargoyles perched up top. You can't help but stand in awe at the ...


A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on May 23, 2014

2 comments, 61 photos

... up nicely by the afternoon.

The pattern continued each day where we would pick one of the barrios (neighbourhoods) to explore, which we mostly did on foot, following one of the walking tours in the BCN city Lonely Planet guide (a copy of which was provided by our Airbnb host). Each barrio has its own distinctive feel and style. BCN is a cool mix of medieval and modernista, and it all just seems to gel together so well. Almost every barrio has a Mercado too, which ...


A travel blog entry by alanah.may on Nov 27, 2013

16 photos

... Park Guell which is a park full of unique and wacky architecture and lots of mosaic tiles! It was designed by Antoni Gaudi who was an influential architect and artist who did a lot of amazing projects throughout Barcelona including the unfinished Sagrada Familia. To top it all off we finished the night with a flamenco dinner show and saw some amazing traditional dancing followed by some more Sangria. Barcelona is definitely an amazing ...

Skate heaven

A travel blog entry by tannerhall on Oct 29, 2013

... Gaudi park and looked around a bit. Nice view of the city from the top of the park. For some reason the iconic Gaudi mosaic sculptures have now been gated off and you have to pay to enter. Instead we just peaked through the gate, seeing as they were only 30 metres away. After that we went into the La Rambla area and went by the tapas market. Walked around the pier area and up all the way to the ...

Gaudi Day

A travel blog entry by bellanana on Oct 04, 2013

1 comment, 24 photos

... I think we will Taxi. After that we walked on paseo Garcia. This is the street with the Gaudi architecture. From there we Taxi to Sagrada Familia, the never finished church by Gaudi. From there Taxi to Parc Guell For lunch along the way we found a little place called Donas de fuc (women on Fire). Proceeds go to a place for Women at ...