Casa De La Rosa

Address: Casa De La Rosa 155, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain and Canary Islands | Villa
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Houston to Barcelona

A travel blog entry by cindyrooks on May 06, 2015

Left at 4 pm Tuesday, May 5 and flew to Munich, Germany. Flight was a little late but wonderful -- Gary had two seats and I had three seats! I slept about 5 hours and slept more soundly than usual! I watched Kingsmen: The Secret Service. Not that great, but entertaining! Arrived in Munchen about 10 am and walked the terminal! Had about three hours to wait but it went quickly! Ate at a little bistro in the terminal and had a pretzel and fruit for a ...

Mucho calor Barcelona !!

A travel blog entry by shriyer on Sep 11, 2014

... Yes I wanted to explore Barcelona nightlife but definitely not gonna stand an hour in line, and shell out 40 eur just to get in. Also funny/creepy story, I got propositioned for a 20eur bj by some random lurking w**re's? outside the bar. No thank you, senoritas. Not even if you paid me 5k for it.

  • Casa Battlo (meh, it's on the to-do list, But I really found nothing fascinating about this Gaudi structure. I would suggest you skip this and save the ...

  • 3rd day in Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by wheretheydrive on Jul 26, 2014

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    ... a good spot with lounge chairs and an umbrella. The water was perfect for swimming. After dinner we went to Güell Park again to see the city lights. Truly an amazing city! Spent the rest of the evening getting packed up for the journey through the Spanish Tuscany on our way to ...


    A travel blog entry by grishaeva on Jul 11, 2014

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    ... 1077;том, прошл 72;сь по магаз 80;нам (этот город - мекка шопог 86;ликов) и попро 73;овала ...


    A travel blog entry by datkins506 on May 22, 2014

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    ... Casa Batllo, a knock down job that Gaudi took on and completely renovated in 2 years, completed in 1906. Over 100 year ago and some of the designs and ergonomic inclusions are a century ahead of his time. A multi story family home with a terrace roof, complete with a tiled atrium to bring light throughout. Walls and windows inspired by nature. Incredibly ornate hand rails, doors, furniture and fittings. Ornately tiled atrium, darker tiles at the top, lightening ...

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