Hostal La Paloma

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

A Tour Back in Time

A travel blog entry by odie1 on Dec 27, 2014

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... are. The buildings are too tall to keep an elevated landmark in sight so one just has to hope they have a decent sense of direction. Jenny was amazed when she turned around at one point and saw a car behind us asking, "THIS is an actual road?" We had a good laugh at the thought of me trying to maneuver my Suburban through this maze. We managed to find our way to the cathedral and were all too happy to pay the 6 Euro entry fee to escape the hordes of people outside. Walking in, ...

On the move.

A travel blog entry by krister80 on Oct 02, 2014

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... This was a completely different experience.  When the boat began moving, you couldn't even feel the waves.  This started feeling more like a slumber party than a ferry ride.  Now THIS I can handle.  I woke up a few hours later, around 6 AM, and you could see Athens off in the distance.  I also went out to the deck to see the start of the sun rising.  We were about to arrive at the Athens port Piraeus, approximately 7:30, and it ...

Day 1 in Barcelona

A travel blog entry by belldallas on Aug 05, 2014

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... when using the toilet. After our tour we walked down La Ramblas, the major shopping street, where we found a lunch spot right on the beach. Jay and the kids had a dip in the Mediterranean while Tracy held on to the prime table and watched the belongings. After lunch we visited the 'El Call', the Jewish quarter (ghetto) until the late 14th century. At that time there were 6000 Jews in Barcelona representing 20% of the population. We visited the synagogue that was lost under layers ...

Barcelona and The City of Marvels

A travel blog entry by mschmit3 on May 31, 2014

... altered the public spaces and original height of the city to maximize living space. The many squares and public spaces once envisioned for Barcelona were built over or never built at all. On one hand there was the obvious profits for developers, however, the continual industrialism of Barcelona lead to great amounts of immigration and the continued expansion to which today is defined by the physical barriers of the mountain and sea which ...

Final Day in Barca! Viva Barca!

A travel blog entry by jcdanovich on May 28, 2014

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... Maria del Mar. Two interesting things about the Basilica were the statue of Mary next to the altar and the ceilings. The statue of Mary has an old ship placed at its base. In the past, sailors would place little models of their ships at the base of the statue for a good voyage. The ceilings were interesting because they were charred. When the Civil War broke out in the 1930s, the Catholic Church sided with clue why that happened. So, ...

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