Barcelona Boutique Gay Guesthouse

Carrer Casanova 115, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08036 , Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the L'Antiga Esquerra de l'Eixample area of Barcelona, is near Tapies Foundation (Fundacio Antoni Tapies), Cacao Sampaka, La Fira, and Melies Cinemes.
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Travel Blogs from Barcelona

El Ravel and the "New Me"

A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Jun 17, 2014

6 comments, 7 photos

... a restored wooden sailing ship dating from 1918.

o Av de les Drassanes
o Open 10am–8pm daily


4. Palau Güell--For an artist, a wealthy patron spells survival. The luck of young Gaudí turned when count Eusebi Güell recognized his talents. In 1886, Güell commissioned Gaudí to build a mansion that would set the count apart from his wealthy neighbours. The result is the Palau Güell, one of Gaudí’s earliest works. An imposing façade ...

"I couldn't put that in my mouth!"

A travel blog entry by twofoodies on Jun 13, 2014

18 photos

... Line three, position five." The stained glass section spun around and the voice over man said, "Congratulations Father you have won a pope on a rope soap." Father Bernard pulled the hood of his liturgical robe up over his head causing his face to be hidden in shadow and wandered off. "Let me know if there are any call-outs Archbishop John, I'll be in the shower.", he said as he shuffled off in his church issue man sandals.

The ...

Along the Streets of Barcelona

A travel blog entry by mummysegg on Mar 24, 2014

27 photos

... you guys, to get your minds salivating for more.
We also got the chance to walk through the Jewish quarters, the Barri Gotic, and get little hints and tips on food (because who doesn't love food, right?).

Right after the tour, we decided to venture to the Sagrada Família. By venture, I mean WALKED. Long story short, I'd advise taking the metro. All the pain, sweat and tears aside... My eyes sprung a leak, upon seeing this remarkable building. ...

A glorious city in the nation of perfume and Jamon

A travel blog entry by leighroy on Dec 20, 2013

17 photos

... sound – even opulent. Of course, being on the tourist trail is not exactly a valid representation of the nation as a whole but downtown Barcelona looks like it hasn’t a worrying in the world.

Some might say that an analysis of the character of a national (putting aside those nitpickers who might say there is no such thing, and that such attempts are pieces of populist nonsense) by watching free to air television is ...

An honorary Catalan.

A travel blog entry by markstothers on Aug 02, 2013

... br> Turns out they were not so mighty as they lost 8-0 but I have never seen anything like it. The movement of the ball was sublime, 7 of the 8 goals were magnificent (the other one would have been but for it being an o.g.) Fabregas showed me what we were going to miss out on at Unted with 2 goals.

The stadium is also magnificent. 98000 capacity, it had about 75000 for a friendly. Food was ...