Casa De La Rosa

Casa De La Rosa 155, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain and Canary Islands | Villa
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Travel Blogs from Barcelona

Barcelona Day One

A travel blog entry by mugharrington


... soup was heavenly. I could have had 3 more bowls of that! El Born is a happenin’ area. At one time it was a very bad neighborhood but that was all cleaned up for the 1992 Summer Olympics and now it is a desirable and trendy place to live. We weren’t too exciting tonight. Back to the apartment and some Spanish TV – no English language stations here – although they do have Property Brothers and Pawn Stars, both in Spanish. ...

La Boqueria

A travel blog entry by


... Hahahahahaha! OK, so I go up to the 3rd floor. stores. Seems kinda empty and deserted?? Oh, restaurants. OMG, Omg, omg!!! Views of the sea and the Montjuic (Jewish Mountain) and the cable trams taking people there. You can have a drink overlooking the pier, the water, and in the distance the mountain. Because it's situated a bit from land, silence!!! What a hidden gem, peeps! The mall's a must-see! Who knew! Man my instincts are good! I had wanted ...

An honorary Catalan.

A travel blog entry by markstothers

... 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 ...

Hola! Barcelona!

A travel blog entry by ukjays2009


Good short trip to Barcelona. The train from Narbonne is a local one so the track weaves around hillsides and coast line while the adjacent high speed track goes straight through. Ours is more picturesque. We stopped just short of the border for the Spanish police to come through checking passports. Maybe they have a problem with illegal immigrants although the unemployment rate is pretty high so ...

Day 5

A travel blog entry by chlozmozjraps

... s bright red burnt back. After returning the bikes we hung out on the beach all afternoon in the boiling heat. On our way there a man took a picture up chloe's dress... We made some pasta for tea (which were dreading having tonight for the second time) and went for a wander in the evening. We found some local dancing and watched for a while before retreating to ...


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