Hostal Apolo

Address: C/ Lafont 1 - 3, 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 Palau Guell, Columbus Monument (Monument a Colom), Maritime Museum (Museu Maritim), and Apolo / Nitsaclub.
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        Put your Sangria up 4 Barcelona; we love this city

        A travel blog entry by thehales on Jul 16, 2015

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        ... museums, shopping, tapas and sangria so I won't go on anymore, but we truly loved Barcelona. BUT, we are well and truly over the heat and over the big crowds that come with big cities and last minute we book accommodation in Poland and a one way first class ticket (whoooops, but it is our honeymoon).  Catch you soon in Poland. Love The Hales X * The sleep walking diaries of Pete; Nil to report **I've had two dreams of Kara this week. It was nice to see her in my ...


        A travel blog entry by martin2015 on Mar 24, 2015

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        ... 100 years to build and still isn't quite finished. Gaudi is buried there and it is the best church in Barcelona. After that, we went to the science museum. I saw 2 snakes, a capybara, a caiman, and lots of fish and birds. Finally, we went to Palau Guell. It was much closer to an ordinary mansion than Casa Batllo and had much more straight lines. Still lots more holiday to come.

        Day 15: Barcelona

        A travel blog entry by gerard42 on Sep 05, 2014

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        ... in sight and it was packed with Aussies. ****wits. The lady behind the bar, who didn't make the decision, was pretty apologetic and friendly, and while most of the Aussies left, Daniel and I decided to just stay and listen to it. That decision was helped given the fact Geelong were losing. The lady even offered to do a jäger with us, on the house, regardless of the outcome! We ordered some food there and listened to the eventual flogging play out. As ...

        Afro Festival Night...

        A travel blog entry by mlucas on Jul 20, 2014

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        ... to find that the lift that takes you to the ground floor is not working at the moment and that we have to wait... We had to wait another 20 minutes for them to fix the elevators. Surprisingly some people asked for stairs and the guys who worked there said they don't have any... Very surprised by that especially if you don't like to take the lift.

        Well in the end we manager to get down to the beach, so we decided after the ...

        A Passionate Apathy

        A travel blog entry by taylor.prichard on Jun 03, 2014

        ... I think about Portugal’s Iberian neighbor, Spain, I find a passion lacking in Portugal. While it could simply be the numerous revolutionary voices in Spain, including those in the Basque region and Catalonia, overpowering any sort of apathetic mumblings with passionate howls, it seems as though Spaniards take greater interest in supporting genuine political thought and politics. George Orwell, in Homage to Catalonia, claims he had stumbled across "the ...