Angie's Youth Hostal

Roger de Lluria 10, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the La Dreta de l'Eixample area of Barcelona, is near Bus Turistic, Cuitadella Park (Parc de la Cuitadella), El Corte Ingles, and Casa Calvet.
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Travel Blogs from Barcelona

Via Mexico City and Paris, France

A travel blog entry by anitamercado on Jul 01, 2014

... observed that most French people there wore suits. There were also many very tall people. I had heard that Air France served the best food. However, they only served us a couple of cookies with a cup of juice. I thought they would be serving us dinner, so I was disappointed. Thank goodness Toni secured transportation for us to our hotel. It was so nice to have someone waiting for us at the airport and bringing us to our hotel at midnight. Our hotel rooms are very small but clean & ...

The 1888 World’s Fair in Barcelona

A travel blog entry by ecurtis219 on Jun 03, 2014

... for the city of Barcelona because it marked the replacement of the Citadel with a park and what remained of the city walls imposed by Madrid in 1714 finally came down. Barcelona, 1888, also marked the time and birthplace of modernisme as an artistic movement by its own right, not just some eclectic Catalan artists putting broken tiles on buildings (though the basis of modernisme had been developing throughout the ...


A travel blog entry by rtwjustus on May 12, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

... on this in 1882 when he died in 1926 (run over by a tram as he stepped back onto the road to look at his work) he never finished the project. The building itself has different designs as the architects working on it over the years have put their own interpretation on Gaudi's plans. It is projected that the actual building will be completed by the year 2026. No matter it is a fabulous site even with the scaffold and netting for the building work.
We have also ...


A travel blog entry by nomadjanel on Dec 09, 2013

133 photos

... designated a Unesco World Heritage site.

Hotel España originally opened its doors in 1859 under the name Fonda de España, and was later renovated by the celebrated modernist architect Lluis Domènech i Montaner in the early twentieth century with the collaboration of Eusebi Arnau and Ramón Casas. The work was
deservedly recognised by Barcelona City Council when, in 1904, it awarded the hotel with its Diploma of ...

The City that NEVER Sleeps

A travel blog entry by schreinski on Oct 25, 2013

25 photos

... wasn't very big in size at all, but we all made the best out of it and took millions of pictures and sipped our drinks out of chucks of ice. It was a neat concept, but they definitely should of taken it to the next level! We then headed to Opium, where there was suppose to be a HUGE party going on. It was a 30 euro cover but since we are girls we of course got in for free! We walked in and it was pretty dead with a few people here and there so we hopped in some taxis and headed ...

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