Arco A&A Youth Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsArco A&A Youth Hostel Barcelona
Not too bad, but not great. No signage to indicate where the hostel is just a plain green door and a few flights of stairs before you knew you were in the right place. Could have been cleaner but fine for just somewhere to sleep.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Arco A&A Youth Hostel Barcelona
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Well hello again everyone. Did you enjoy
the Paris experience? I know I did. Now we head into Barcelona and it is quite
late when we arrive. We get the bus into town and hop off and look at our
already planned route to the hostel on our phones. We took plenty of photos and
Briony even went to the lengths of writing a step by step …
... in the world, dazzling architecture, and a nice variety of cuisines to name a few.
I started experiencing these things when I arrived at Hostel One Sants on Friday. A typical bed in a hostel will cost $15-30 a night. I didn't book the hostel until a week before arrival. I figured that would be adequate, but what I didn't realize was that Saturday night was the league championship futbol game and a music festival. Even though my hostel was fully booked they let me sleep ...
... saw Gran Via nor Girona, the street the Ella Hostel is on. As it was after 1815 and I was meeting Esther at 1900, I got a cab, adding more expense [7.60E].
These European streets with the little tiles are a real pain for dragging a suitcase on wheels. In Zaragoza, it is about a 15M walk from the train stn to the hotel. Might have to spring for transfers.
By the time I got checked in at the hostel it was 1845 so a quick shower and downstairs. Esther was a ...
... then Barry and I shared a small order of paella.
Cultural note: I succumbed to the enticing display of cold cocktails and ordered a Gin and Tonic, thinking how refreshing it would be, and I was not yet ready for any red wine. I don't know if it's universally true in Spain, because it was the only cocktail I ordered, but the waiter started pouring gin over the ice in the glass. I ...
... with declines in both employment and GDP per capita, with some recent signs of the beginning of an economic recovery. Barcelona is a transport hub with the Port of Barcelona being one of Europe's principal seaports and busiest European passenger port, an international airport, Barcelona–El Prat Airport, which handles above 35 million passengers per year, an extensive motorway network and a high-speed rail line with a link to France and the rest of Europe. The ...