Hostal La Paloma

C/ La Paloma 24/26, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08001 , Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Barcelona

Més Que Un Club

A travel blog entry by taylor.prichard

... that the club harbors some powerful political aspirations and affiliations. For many the club represents Catalonia’s opposition to an oppressive Madrid, with some if only minimally thinking that the Club represents Barcelona and Catalonia in an honorable manner. Some may hope that the powerful display of FC Barcelona’s talents, including winning a record 6 out of 6 competitions in 2009, will represent that Catalonia would not only survive if independent, but that ...

Barcelona

A travel blog entry by tanyaboyer

... check it all out and finally make a decision. Standing and waiting to be acknowledged by a waiter is generally something we think in Australia not too hard, bit we soon learn that service in Barcelona is not their thing. After 5 or so minutes and no acknowledgement we decide that our money can go to another cafe. We stop at another tapas cafe who still isn't that excited about our custom but we get served, first plate arrives no ...

More Gaudi and a date with Black Rice

A travel blog entry by kinwah

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... view of Barcelona.

We hopped back onto the Metro, backtracking through our original trip, and stopped over in the neighbourhood of Gracia. Here, you will come face to face with Casa Batllo. Like many of Gaudi's creations, it's hard to describe. It has walls mottled and textured with blue, green and yellow tiles. It has large rounded, organic windows. It has balconies that would look at home at a masquarade party. We didn't enter the building as we felt the €20 ...

Zaragoza and Barcelona

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas

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... water fountains. It is the center point of Barcelona. The Hard Rock Cafe was right on the Placa so we stopped and Larry bought their 16th Anniversary pin. Then we headed back down Ramblas stopping at the hotel for Derek to get a jacket. The sun was down and it was getting dark and cold. We walked toward the harbor and stopped at St. Joseph's Market. It was huge and amazing. We saw all kinds of food and all of it fresh and uncooked, meats, fish, ...

My Review of Barcelona...

A travel blog entry by tmm

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... chat to over dinner. I really do like my own company, but in the end I am so happy that I ran into Jen and Usha, the flight attendants I mentioned, or I would've been lonely, I think.) But maybe that's just me.

Alright, well it's time for me to get out of the big city. Writing this, I'm sitting on the train, looking out the window onto the coast, and am already liking what I see. Valencia is up next! Bring on the inspiration, please, with a side of wine. ...

     

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