Hotel La Paloma

C/ La Paloma 24/26, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08001 , Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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The City that NEVER Sleeps

A travel blog entry by schreinski


... before you pay for something and that we should all be very careful! We then took the metro back to Dani's friends apartment to get ready for the night! We all were ready in record timing and headed out for dinner. We went out on an adventure and found this cute looking family style restaurant that served paella, the food that Spain is known for. We all ordered the vegetable one and of course homemade sangria to go with it! The paella came out about twenty minutes after ...

La Font Mágica

A travel blog entry by molliecura


One thing I haven’t quite gotten used to is the late nights here in Spain. Last week, on a school night, a lovely gentleman took me to the Font Mágica (Magic Fountain) at the base of Montjuic (a hill in Barcelona; sight of the 1992 Olympics). Every 30 minutes at the fountains, located between Plaça España and the Museu Nacional d’Arte de Catalunya, there is a spectacular light and music show. The fountains were built for the ...

Not another church.....much, much more!!

A travel blog entry by shelleydarcy


Sagrada Familia is one amazing cathedral. When I saw it yesterday from the bus I was slightly disappointed...cranes, scaffolding and obviously not finished. Today though, I was enthralled is stunningly beautiful and just so unique. It combines some traditional aspects of a cathedral...structure, columns and statues, with the modernist ideas of the fabulous ...


A travel blog entry by basbraham02


... the people. They kept sending us to place after place after place. It took a while but in the end we were successful. Our next challenge was to get past the place where you have to show your backpacks and put them through the rolling machine. Then you have to go through a metal detector. This isn't usually a challenge, although on this particular flight it was. The first thing that went wrong was dads bag had to be checked. It took them a while but they sorted ...


A travel blog entry by adrihinc


... overwhelming building. I don't know what to think: is it beautiful? It was too much so we headed for lunch. We found another fabulous place this time €9 for the same deal as yesterday! I had lentils and the most delicious Chuleta de cerdo and thought of my family who love their pork schnitzels. These lunches are just too much to take without a siesta, but we were far from our apartment and we still had not seen the Gaudi houses, so we ...


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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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