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

Thrilling rides at PortAventura!

A travel blog entry by mlucas on Jul 15, 2014

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There was a big queue already, but as we already had our tickets we could go to the area where you enter the park. Took around 5 minutes to enter as it was early in the morning.

So as soon as we got in we decided to head to a water ride, it was soo hot we wanted to cool off, so we headed to the Angkor the brand new ride for 2014. We sat on some kind of boat and in front of us there were water guns to shoot the other opponents. It ...

Round 2

A travel blog entry by nwegscheid on May 10, 2014

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... bus up the hill to Parc Guell, also created by Gaudi. It is a park that overlooks Barcelona and is made entirely of tilework and sculpted cement.
In an attempt to have authentic spanish food we went to the main strip called La Rambla. We picked a place with tapas and ate for hours before heading back toward the beach.
Next morning we headed to my last stop on my 5 month adventure. Morocco. ...

The Rest of Italy

A travel blog entry by alice-patrick on Nov 23, 2013

6 comments, 25 photos

... horn to get you to move faster. The drive from Rome to Bologna took five hours through beautiful country, along twisty, turny roads and by the time we arrived to destination Patrick was ready to just relax and so was I.


After our getting lost adventure in Rome, and the white knuckle driving to Bologna, and the fact that we had spent most of our time together since August we decided to have a day apart. After all, they say ...

The Cruise Begins!

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee on Nov 10, 2013

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... turning a large handle and by sliding a knob. The sign says to avoid having the sliding glass door and the room door open at the same time! On the balcony there are two chairs and a table.

The “Guest Assembly Drill” was at 4:30 PM. It’s mandatory but you don’t have to wear a life jacket to the drill. Everyone has a specific location to go to: mine was on deck 4. One of the crew members assigned to your location checks your name off ...


A travel blog entry by jrdow2 on Sep 02, 2013

1 comment, 9 photos

... was amazingly blue and clean, considering the amount of people and proximity to the city. We spent the day riding between each beach and stopping to re fuel on iced coffee and boccadillos (Spanish sandwich). We also were glad to join a walking tour to give us some insight into the famous 'Gaudi' architecture stopping at La Sagrada Familia - 140 year old church that is still a work in progress, and given Spanish time I'm not sure they'll ever finish! And my favourite ...