Albareda Youth Hostel

Address: Carrer d'Albareda, 12, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08004, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the El Poble Sec area of Barcelona, is near Columbus Monument (Monument a Colom), Mirador de Colon, Maritime Museum (Museu Maritim), and Apolo / Nitsaclub.
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    Travel Blogs from Barcelona

    Mercat de la Boqueria and Tour

    A travel blog entry by moose7200 on Jul 04, 2015

    5 photos

    Today, we visited the most famous market in Barcelona, the Mercat de la Boqueria. At the market, we bought fresh produce, and food for breakfast and lunch. The market is very convenient to us, as it is very close to our location. We dropped off our stuff at our vacation rental, and then visited the giant museum in Barcelona. The museum was mostly about the festivals and such that ...

    Light + Shadow= Beauty and Form

    A travel blog entry by brendasjoy on Jul 01, 2014

    5 comments, 12 photos

    ... in my world. But
    this was a harmless wake-up call to shift my vibration to one of empowerment,
    safety (naturally), and well-being.

    Alas, the garden was not what I’d dreamed of. So I walked back into the city (through
    populated areas with the help of Google Navigation). On the way I found visual inspiration,
    resulting in a painting after all. And I
    relocated the small restaurant I had accidently discovered ...

    Stirred, shaken and gently perfumed ...

    A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Apr 26, 2014

    10 photos

    ... forward in art and he tried many different styles and media over his lifetime. Travelling to Paris and spending time with other artists of his time, he developed his own style, which was then to change after war broke out as he became more and more disillusioned with life around him. As a direct result, he turned more and more to surrealism, as escapism from the troubles around him.

    From here we caught another bus from right outside the ...


    A travel blog entry by miss_alissa on Nov 01, 2013

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... On our first day, we wandered around in the busyness of tourists and street performers alike on the historical La Rambla, a short walk from the hotel, and ended up in Plaza Catalonia enjoying the people and sunshine. We found ourselves somewhat lost in the new city, but made the most of the adventure and enjoyed being lost and off the beaten path winding down old streets and gaining more than just the typical tourist experience. Next, ...

    Barcelona Baby - Catalonian style

    A travel blog entry by mitchpayne on Jul 19, 2013

    32 photos

    ... about an hour we made it into the church. Isaac and I opted for the audio guide, while Jase and Jose didn’t. We took our time and first explored the entrance & exterior. The church has three "sides" each representing either Christ’s birth, life or death. The death is completed in a rough minimalist approach while the birth is heavily detailed. These varying styles are pretty cool. The Church contains 12 small towers and 3 large ones. The 12 are for ...