Address: Gimeno Navarro, 10, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08859, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Gimeno Navarro, 10, Barcelona, is near Catalonia in Miniature (Catalunya en Miniatura) and Galeria Jose de Ibarra.
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Travel Blogs from Barcelona

Arriving in Barcelona

A travel blog entry by psubrat93 on Sep 16, 2015

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... and the best they could do for me at that time was to offer to put a roll away into the room but they said they would mark the reservation and if a twin opened up they would give it to us. We are on the 21st floor and our room has a view of the sea.

After a short nap, we head over to the Diagonal Mar Center to get some lunch. On the Terrace are several restaurants including a McDonalds. But we opt for a Tapas place. Jen ...

An Amazing Catalan Experience

A travel blog entry by geoffbro on Jun 07, 2015

3 comments, 33 photos

... came over and we went for walk together to see the donkeys and the horses. Some of the children were getting rides. The grass was sparse but there was plenty of hay for the animals. The ground was very dusty; the area gets huge temperature differences. In the summer it gets as high as 45 Celsius and -15 in the winter. The atmosphere was one of belonging and friendship. Most of these people are poor by the world’s standards but what they have between each other is priceless and we ...

Day 2 sicky day

A travel blog entry by luharris on Mar 27, 2015

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... and we headed out for some bits from the supermarket we could only find a **** shop though, I will probably do a big shop tomorrow if I can find one. Due to lack of cooking facilities. We decided you couldn't go wrong with a pizza for dinner but how we are wrong. We have some weird combi oven/microwave that is a nightmare to understand. So after a soggy pizza we watch some English stuff on Craig's lap top and hit the ...

Oh my Gaudi

A travel blog entry by jaeugene on Jan 06, 2015

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... upon the Roman Amphitheater, and went to the history museum of Tarragona, which was fun to do again. We explored archaeological ruins of the Colonial Roman Forum, and also went to the Roman Aqueduct, which was quite spectacular, and perfect on a a sunny day.
So much history and archaeology to be discovered in such a small ...

Wandering Les Rambles

A travel blog entry by david2014trip on Sep 18, 2014

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This beautiful, old section of Barcelona is a tourists paradise. Mostly given over to pedestrians it is filled with a vast array of food stalls, pavement restaurants, flowers, street artists, human statues, music, souvenir shops and several markets, along with hotels, theatres and museums. It is also packed with tourists, mostly young Europeans and Americans. Anne and I spend much of the day wandering ...