Casa De La Rosa

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

¡Hola Barcelona!

A travel blog entry by alicebeetle

... of things and that everything will be fine.

However, this feeling is not carried through to the following day when I pick up the list to action it. This is when I often don't even understand what I have written on the list. You would have thought by this time I would know not to put some things down merely as initials.
Am I alone in this?
Today's list had all the normal things on it one needs to do before a holiday, like ironing, bath and hair wash, wheelie ...

Barcelona

A travel blog entry by donnabuang

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... not possible. Barcelona greeted us with many giant buildings sprawled between hills and the sea. A sandy coastline was a welcome sight and immediately we spot the occasional 'unexpected' architectural design. Day 1 saw us immediately visit Parc Guelli or Gaudi Park to us infidels. A permanent tribute to one of the most gifted, talented, visionary artists (because his architecture is art) of all time. He has immediately joined my stable ...

A mad week ending in Barcelona

A travel blog entry by mikeandliz

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... the Amalfi coast. What an amazing coastline. Houses stuck to vertical cliffs!! Hanging on like limpets. Spectacular. Then a return visit to Rome. Only this time we didn't go to Rome, we went to a town to the northwest of Rome called Orvieto. We now know that every stop is either ruins or churches and this time it was churches, but some pretty good ones. The fifth of September, birthday and wedding anniversary, saw us in Florence. ...

Barcelona

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14

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... inside the old walled city, which is a wonderful area of narrow alleys, quaint shops and fun restaurants. The cathedral itself was huge, and beautifully preserved. Since very little of Barcelona has ever been destroyed by bombing (unlike most of the major cities of Europe), the interior is exceptionally beautiful, with original paintings nearly 900 years old. It is a majestic building, that does a great job reminding us of the magnificence ...

Reflections of our time in Spain

A travel blog entry by abi.latham

... a good mix of locals living there as they have for centuries. Everything to see is close and walkable. Prices are cheap compared to northern Spain, France and Netherlands. They seem to actively practice or maintain their culture in dress, lifestyle and some architecture. Whilst a city it is more like a village or collection of villages with people of all ages out and about interacting in the market places and plaza.


The down side, but perhaps that's ...

 

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