AAE Rey Don Jaime Hotel

Address: 11 Jaume I, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08002, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the El Barri Gòtic area of Barcelona, is near Gothic Quarter (Barri Gotic), Santa Eulalia Cathedral, City History Museum (Museu d'Historia de la Ciutat), and Placa del Rei.
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Travel Blogs from Barcelona

The final day in Barcelona

A travel blog entry by spiderbobwebb on Nov 04, 2014

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This morning it was once again ******* down with rain. I met Margaret from the Gaudi tour and we had breakfast in the Mercat Bocquerie- a cheese and spinach filo cigar, some fruit and and juice. Afterwards we made our way to Park Guell on the train, and fortunately by the time we got there it has basically stopped raining heavily. There were two options in the Lonely Planet as to where to get off the train and we chose the second of ...

Barcelona Day 2

A travel blog entry by nat_and_ant on Sep 17, 2014

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... to go into the middle of the park which is where there are mosaics all over the place and also a lot of columns which looked amazing. We finished the touristy part of the day by heading to mosaic house. Also a work by Gaudi. Gaudi is pretty much a God in Barcelona, along with the Barcelons football team. They love their football! We decided to get Tapas for dinner. Unfortunately Ant and me chose wrong tonight for ...

Barcelona, a lot of walking, dancing, no sleeping

A travel blog entry by sandravventures on Jul 18, 2014

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... get to the Picasso just barely in time to go in. Our visit, other than being 'talked to' for being too loud while discussing the art, was pleasant and educational. From there we then wanted to make it to the segrada familia but did not have high hopes of making it there in time. We hit a little bit of a stall when a Picasso style 'artist' began showing us his art,explaining how he made it and a lot if other things I'm sure (it was in Spanish). Heather was interested but ...

Stirred, shaken and gently perfumed ...

A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Apr 26, 2014

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... and this morning was nearer 10.45 than anything else when we sat down to the by now standard banana and plain yoghurt combo that is breakfast. For added excitement, I throw in a few crushed cashews.
Woh. Just Woh.

The plan for the day was to do the Joan Miro Foundation, which is on the hill by the sea. It is where there are some Olympic remains, like the swimming pool, from where there were those incredible pictures of ...

Zaragoza and Barcelona

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Nov 15, 2013

1 comment, 35 photos

... on. It just didn't seem right somehow. We went back out into the square in front of the cathedral where they were erecting the manger scene for Christmas and it was quite elaborate with earth movers to put in trees, big stones to create the backdrop. At one end of the Cesar Augusto Plaza in front of the church was a big fountain that was shut off for cleaning. At that end of the square there were also the ruins of a Roman wall and there was an ...