Tallers 18, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Barcelona

Gaudi Tuesday

A travel blog entry by peacockjones


Up early today to head over to the Sagrada Familia. To save time, we took the Metro (Madrid's is much better). According to our guide book, the best time to get to the Sagrada Familia was right when it opened.... well, apparently all the guide books say the same... because there was a lovely long line. It ended up going faster than we had expected …

Barcelona... 1 of the greatest cities in the world

A travel blog entry by peacockjones


We arrived at the Barcelona Airport and got the shuttle bus into the center where Andrea was waiting for us. We checked into our awesome hostel... an old converted apartment right off the Plaza Cataluņa and the start of the Ramblas... We had our own room so didn't have to worry about anyone we didn't know having access to our stuff. The entire …


A travel blog entry by jennydawson


... won on display and you got to go to all the different levels and see the field - there is a photo of Scott looking down into it. This stadium can fit almost 100,000 people in it which is huge. We really enjoyed that stop and it was well worth going in though Scott does always debate the cost of thighs and if it was! We headed off around the centre further until we got to a high lookout point where we could get photos of the city so we jumped off again to do this and got ...

Day 3

A travel blog entry by goodma11

Day 3 was our first day of orientation. I arrived at the center at 2:35 and began orientation with what was to become my Spanish class. Prior to the trip we tested into Spanish levels and I for some reason tested into the level directly below heritage speaker. I was happy because this allows my Spanish classes to count toward my minor, but it is certainly intimidating to be in a class with ...

Reaching the South: Story of a journey

A travel blog entry by thomaslongo8431


... the morning, we waited 5 hours (a long time for me) seated in the airport before boarding the aircraft, which eventually took off at 11am.

It landed in Buenos Aires the next morning at 6am, after another 6 hours stop in Roma, when finally we could begin our travel along Argentina up to the southernmost city in the world, Ushuaia.

Thomas Longo

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