Pension Ache - Minihotel

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

Art, new and old

A travel blog entry by waltmeier on Sep 22, 2015

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There are several good museums in Barcelona, the most well known (and maybe most visited) being the Picasso Museum. Picasso spent much of his youth in Barcelona and started his formal painting lessons in the city. The museum may be a disappointment to some in that it doesn't have many of his famous works. Instead it focuses on his early career, showing his transition from a young artist, skillful but working in a traditional form, to the ...


A travel blog entry by pruzka on Jul 04, 2015

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... and start their show..We liken them to Morris dancers... we leave after the 2nd dance... The next morning we stand in a very short queue before 9am having bought our tickets online the night before, to the Sagrada Familia, the last great cathedral under construction in the world. Antoni Gaudi conceived an extraordinary building and this is his most famous work. We listen to our audio guides and learn about the three facades of this great building, two are completed and ...

Barcelona==Gorgeous Architecture

A travel blog entry by illy4fsu on May 15, 2015

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... hard to even grasp. I spent a good 30 minute just marveling at the artwork. I can only imagine what the inside is like.

Then it was back on bus to view the rest of the city. I am a little surprised at how chilly it is here and glad that I wore jeans for the day. Now we are off to dinner with the folks...which I'm sure will be another adventure in itself.

Overall ...

Barcelona ctd.

A travel blog entry by joseph.hall on Feb 06, 2015


... real time frame. Our hostel is located very close to what many say is the center of the city in terms of activity and not geography. This section is referred to as Las Ramblas and it simply a long street with no automobile traffic; however, bustling with pedestrians visiting the many shops. It stretches in a NW-SE orientation. The north connecting with Placa del Catalunya and the south end with the port. When Gerard and I walked through, it was heavily populated with ...

Honeymoon Day 5

A travel blog entry by mikeandbrittany on Nov 18, 2014

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... that was a good idea because we went to the front desk to get blankets and they had to turn the lights on the roof deck on just for us. It was relaxing and quiet, overlooking the city wrapped in blankets and drinking a few beers while chatting about our trip up to that point. We went to bed that night knowing we had a huge city to explore the next day. Brittany had been to Barcelona but it was my first time and we both had a few things we wanted to get done. Miles walked: ...