Barcelona4seasons Fira

Address: Jacquart, 14-16, Barcelona, Catalonia, 8014, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Barcelona

Pracujeme odusu

A travel blog entry by mozi on Nov 29, 2016

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Dnes rano sme mali tradicne skore vstavanie o 6:30. Co je sice o pol hodinu neskor ako ked som doma, ale aj tak to nie je bohvie co. Nastastie vystavisko mame asi 200 metrov od bytu, tak sme len skocili dole. Potom sme zistili, ze sme tam boli priliz skoro a ze otvaraju az o 8:00. Ale rychlo sme postavili stanok a styria z nas zabezpecovali …


A travel blog entry by alyciathomasusa on Sep 21, 2015

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... allowed down the street we ended up figuring this out the hard way but managed to walk a few minutes and find our hotel. Our hotel is such a great spot... And very clean and comfortable. The weather is perfect also 28-30 degrees but just beautiful! Loving it!!! We are staying in the best spot so close to everything. Barcelona is a city you can discover by walking. We took a walk down La Rambla and went to the Saint Joseph market. WOW-What a market it was! Check out ...

Beautiful Barcelona

A travel blog entry by schneider_hols on Jun 26, 2015

1 comment, 38 photos

This part of our journey saw the children staying in Glasgow with Grams and Grampy while Stacey and Brett travelled to visit Jarrod and Javi in Barcelona for the weekend.

We were welcomed at the airport and set off for a quick stroll down the la Rambla to see all the night markets and street performers. We were then straight off to have a welcome drink on the terrace at Bar Colombo, where we were taught some very important Spanish phrases such as ...

Montserrat & City Drive Tour

A travel blog entry by geoffbro on May 08, 2015

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... first passed the nunnery followed by the Monastery on top where the bus stopped and we had 3 hours to wander and have lunch that was supplied. Lunch was a typical Spanish meal but I had no idea what we ate, although it was quite nice. Our Guide Marryanna (pronounced Marijuana) could speak 5 languages, but we did notice while she could speak English very well, she couldn’t understand the concept of some of the words. She also told ...

Castles in the air and Catalan art

A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Dec 30, 2014

33 photos

... aceitunas aliņadas and coca de tomate.

Our tapas selection included: patatas cabrales, morcilla de Burgos, trinxat de la cerda, calamares and bacalao. The bacalao came with chick peas and looked so apetising that we'd nearly eaten it before realising that we hadn't paused to take the obligatory photo! The trinxat de la cerda (cabbage with bacon) which came with a poached egg on top had wonderful soft ...