Downtown Hostel

Address: 13 Ppal., Barcelona, Catalonia, 08001, Spain and Canary Islands | 1 star hostel
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This 1 star hostel, located in the El Raval area of Barcelona, is near Palau Guell, Placa Reial, Los Tarantos, and ART Escudellers.
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      Au revoir Paris here we come Barcelona

      A travel blog entry by joannie62 on Oct 08, 2013

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      ... the owner) . The apartment is actually nicer than I imagined and even nicer than the photos on the internet. Yes I booked this apartment and the one in Paris on the Internet and they were not scams and were great. This apartment however outdoes itself it is amazing. Rors has his own room and bathroom and we have a washer/ dryer and dishwasher and a freezer we are in heaven.
      We thank Isabel (who has been waiting for us for the last 5 hours )and she then informs me she has left ...

      Leaving Barcelona

      A travel blog entry by adamcarly on Aug 02, 2013

      ... be exciting! Love from me xxxx Boy: it's really sad to be leaving Barcelona tomorrow. I feel like I've made such good friends with the tapas and sangria here, then I ate them and drank them which is probably not the friendliest thing to do to my new friends. So tonight I'm saying farewell to Barcelona and hello to Madrid. Bye ...

      Day 3 of Cruise - Barcelona

      A travel blog entry by peterdot on Jul 16, 2013

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      ... National Museum were. It was very dissapointing that there were very few decent views as the many plane trees? which line both sides of the street obscured the views so it was difficult to see the buildings. Of course the trees gave the area a lovely setting and provided much needed shade for people on the ground who could move beyond the tree line to get unobstructed views out over the city and of the facilities. The tour wound its way past ...

      Barcelona What a way to enter Spain

      A travel blog entry by parkdel on Jan 27, 2013

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      ... La Rambla. We later learned that this is the name which the Spanish give to the main pedestrian boulevard in a given area. This one, in the heart of Barcelona was full of people, shops and restaurants and it extends from Placa de Catalunya to the waterfront. When you venture off to the side streets you are quickly in a maze of old city buildings and, despite Spain’s somewhat dire economic situation, these are also full of people, shops and ...