Hostal Apolo

C/ Lafont 1 - 3, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08004, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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Barcelona: the weird and the wonderful...

A travel blog entry by roamingfree


... support another wagon wheel laid above and so on. Inbetween the wagon wheels, the apartments where tenants could put walls wherever they wanted or could have none at all. The facade of the building, also non load bearing and so could be as wavy and weird looking as Gaudi wished! Ingenious! Even the door handles are non conformist - he used plasticine to design drawer and door handles that were a perfect fit to the shape of the palm and fingers....I could go on....and ...

Au revoir Paris here we come Barcelona

A travel blog entry by joannie62


... and I have avoided being stung by them until now. I remember I packed antihistamines so we rummage through the bags to find these. I have water so I quickly take some. I look at my arm which is starting to swell GREAT. What else could go wrong.
A second bus arrives but this will not fit us all in and there is still around 50 passengers left standing on the street. We are standing waiting when a station attendant tells us to come and catch the train to Port Bou and then we can ...

More than a club - Team Barcelona

A travel blog entry by millarmotortour


Barcelona Airport is a major hub of European travel. Cheap flights at $50 euros return can be found. Terminal shuttles are quick and one metro train form T2B will have visitors City central within 45 minutes. Using a combination of Trip Advisor and Hostel Bookers online helps us select Fabrizzios Petit Palace. Great place with private rooms. You will need a couple days in Barcelona just to enjoy all the sights and shows. The ...

Tour day, real Bar the lona

A travel blog entry by miura09

... his quirky creations. I was very clever and thought of alot of things. I was very impressed. After our tour, we decided to head to the park where the longest park benches existed. It was incredible! You got an amazing view of Barcelona and with the great weather it was just fantastic. I had a photo taken with the lizard that supposedly gives you good luck. We walked around for a bit and the place seemed so tranquil. There were all these people ...

Andorra (again) and Barcelona

A travel blog entry by roprysa


... and one of the cities most popular landmarks - the Sagrada Familia. Rob was not too enthused so we decided to abandon plans to visit Gaudi sites (Pete had visited a few years back) and instead go for a walk down the retail / tourist boulevards of Passeig de Gracia and La Rumbla. We walked quite a few kilometres navigating through sightseeing tourists and passing designer shops (plus 2 Gaudi apartment blocks on the way!) We made our way into a plaza just off La Rumbla about ...

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This hostel, located in the El Poble Sec area of Barcelona, is near Palau Guell, Columbus Monument (Monument a Colom), Maritime Museum (Museu Maritim), and Apolo / Nitsaclub.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good