La Ciutat Albergue Residencia

Alegre de Dalt 66, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08024, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the El Camp d'en Grassot i Gràcia Nova area of Barcelona, is near Guell Park (Parc Guell), Barri de Gracia, Mabarcelone, and Cinema Verdi.
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    Thrilling rides at PortAventura!

    A travel blog entry by mlucas on Jul 15, 2014

    13 photos

    ... for the drop! OMG that drop was amazing, I think I've ever felt my heart jump out of my body like that, it went to fast I barely blinked!

    I would definitely ride that roller coaster again if I had bought the express ticket, I think it costs around 25 euros per person, it has a few different prices because I think you can get a gold and a bronze ticket.

    Portaventura is definitely a place for thrilling seekers, they have some great ...

    Here we come Barcelona!

    A travel blog entry by ktowndoyles on May 29, 2014

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... and jam breakfast and gazing out at vinyards! Later in the trip things became 'new' again with ocean views. We pulled into Barcelona by 11:30 am. No 2 trains have been alike yet. This was the first time we sat in pairs rather than a group if four. Our quest to find our airbnb in Barcelona went smoothly thanks to good navigating of Line 3 on the Metro and a good map from Sabrina. The Main Street where we came up from the Metro--the Ramblas--looked very ...

    The Cruise Begins!

    A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee on Nov 10, 2013

    15 photos

    ... timid about asking to sit with people—I’d see someone by themselves but then it would turn out that they were just holding the table for two or for a group even. I hope I can get the hang of this because I still hate eating by myself!

    I went to the 7:15 PM Welcome Aboard Show in the Metropolis Theater. Tonight’s performers were a unicycle riding juggler, Vitaly Mironoz, from Russia (he was pretty good although the rocking of the ship may ...


    A travel blog entry by jrdow2 on Sep 02, 2013

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... towns and even in summer there were still small amounts of snow on the higher peaks. We drove through the 10km tunnel border crossing and popped out on the other side in France. It's still such a funny feeling jumping so quickly between countries and seeing the houses, language and food change instantly. We kept our eye out for bears and eagles as we wound down the river road, stopping to buy some 'fromage' (we missed French cheese!). We arrived to meet Sean and Annika ...

    Where holding the Olympics actually pays off

    A travel blog entry by schweetbix on Jul 01, 2013


    ... many children and adults that were hiding in the church during a bombing raid (Catalona was the last place in Spain to hold out against the facist takeover and was therefore both heavily attacked and wants to regain independance from the current Spanish state that choses to forget this period in history ever happened). It's quite a sobering story and forgotten epoch in history.

    But not all is doom and gloom!, this city really is amazing and I completely feel like I ...