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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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 …
... apartments known locally as quarts de pis, (quarter apartments) which were built at the end of the 19th century. With the xiringuitos long gone breakfast was coffee and pastry at a cafe on the promenade.
Barcelona panorama - riding the cable cars
By the time we returned to the cable car station, Torre Sant Sebastiŗ, the inevitable tourist queue had formed. The lift whisked us quickly to the top of the ...
No visit to Barcelona would be complete without a visit to the Gothic Quarter. Once again Rick Steves came through with a well laid out, self-guided walking tour of Barcelona's birthplace. We started our tour at The Four Cats. Picasso's favorite hang out when he decided to ditch art school and hang out with his bohemian buds. From there, it was a surtido (assortment) of architectural experiences thanks to cultural ...
... been called 'stupid' in our faces. Mind you, in my case, it was by an immigrant Indian souvenir seller, so I can hardly criticise the 'locals', but we have definitely found them to be less friendly and helpful than in other Spanish cities.
We've had a good tour and view of the city using the Hop-on Hop-off bus, and we've used the Metro quite a lot to get around. These are such great ways to see the city! We are now seasoned ...
... as the wait was too long we thought to head back to the hotel so on our way back we grabbed some wonderful souvenirs from a corner shop just down the road from Park GuŽll they had pieces and statues with the same design as the park.
Heading back to the hotel we decided to relax for a few hours as we was exhausted of walking too much.
In the evening we went to our favourite Italian restaurant in Barcelona Gino's ...