Pension Ache - Minihotel

Address: Aribau, 235 1 4, Barcelona, Catalonia, 8021, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Barcelona

Exploring the Districts in Barcelona

A travel blog entry by mdesoto on Oct 09, 2014

1 comment, 65 photos

... by Gaudi to be a 60 mansion gated community. The Park and infrastructure were built and in 1914 the first world war halted the development of the community. Only two homes were built, one of which Gaudi lived in for 20 years while he oversaw the building of La Familia Sagrade, his famous church still under construction today. The entry courtyard, the aquaducts and Gaudi's home are open to ...

France in the rear view mirror

A travel blog entry by avrilabroad on Aug 18, 2014

3 comments, 11 photos

... French grad student working on a thesis about Margaret Atwood. Of such encounters travel friendships are forged, and they invited me to come and stay with them if I eventually made it to Paris. I did get there - a full year later - and they took me into their home for my entire 3-week stay. No small thing considering the, uh, coziness of Parisian apartments and the fact that they barely knew me! But I had a wonderful time, our friendship was firmly ...

Barcelona

A travel blog entry by dligonsf on Jul 02, 2014

47 photos

... by the Visigoths in the early 5th century, becoming for a few years the capital of all Hispania. After being conquered by the Arabs in the early 8th century, it was conquered in 801 by Charlemagne's son Louis, who made Barcelona the seat of the Carolingian "Hispanic March" (Marca Hispanica), a buffer zone ruled by the Count of Barcelona. The Counts of Barcelona became increasingly independent and expanded their territory to include all of Catalonia. In 1137, Aragon and the ...

The best unfinished basilica in the world

A travel blog entry by egarcia35 on Jun 17, 2014

To me, the most astounding and visually appealing architectural masterpiece we went to see was the 'Sagrada Familia' This unbelievable structure, designed mostly Antonio Gaudi in 1883, is still unfinished, but it is so impressive that it has already been proclaimed a UNESCO World heritage Site. Without a doubt this masterpiece is Barcelona’s most famous attraction, where visitors all over the world, whether they are Christian catholic, ...

Touring Barcelona -Segway style!

A travel blog entry by ktowndoyles on May 30, 2014

18 photos

... note it on the blog but everybody stepped up to make sure the following list was thorough! Most were stacked on a piece of baguette. -Brie and pickled pear -Shrimp and scallops -Sausage fritters -Sliced boiled egg and antipasta -Pepper with potato salad -Brie and roasted sesame seeds -Asparagus wrapped in bacon -Potato frites and cayenne mayonnaise -Sausage and zucchini -Brochetta on Brie -Egg salad topped with a grape -Brie, tomatos and ...