Hostal Putxet

C/ Ballester 11 - 13, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08023, Spain and Canary Islands | 1 star hostel
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This 1 star hostel, located in the El Putxet i el Farró area of Barcelona, is near Guell Park (Parc Guell), Mabarcelone, Casa Vicens, and Gran de Gràcia.
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    Summer at last.

    A travel blog entry by runewoodman on Jun 29, 2014

    52 photos

    ... a busker played guitar and softly sang in Catalan. We stayed on top of that pile of rocks for as long as possible and I said to Steven, "This is perfect, you need to commit every aspect of this moment to memory because as you look back on it for the rest of your life it will always give you joy." So far I've been right, it's my favourite memory from the holiday.

    Later we visited the Sagrada Familia - the most wonderful building in the world (so far) - and we were all ...

    Day 5 - Madrid / Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by chadspurgeon on Jun 25, 2014

    11 photos

    ... shops - several dating back 150 years - cathedrals/churches and cafes. We took the tour with a local company named Runner Bean Tours. The tour was in English - an Irish expat - and it was free. They operate on tips only, which seemed to ensure a quality tour. Our tour guide, Ann Marie, was excellent and without her, we would still be wandering lost trying to find our way out of Barri Gotic. We'll definitely head back one of these days ...


    A travel blog entry by steph_james on Apr 29, 2014

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    On Sunday, at least I think it was, but it's hard to keep track anymore, which was also our 1 year anniversary, we left Carcassonne in the morning. Setting out for another long drive, it was time to say goodbye to France. We spent a good chunk of the day driving, and began to find our way into some extremely beautiful terrain as our bus took us through the Pyrenees. As we entered Andorra, a "country" of about 50000 known for shopping and ...

    Hola from Spain!

    A travel blog entry by cokers on Jan 07, 2014

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    The Museum wasn’t crowded although we did run into a whole lot of Russian tourists – I guess they are allowed to leave home these days!

    Dali, was a surrealist painter, sculptor and jeweller with a seriously different imagination. Some of his work was plain bizarre, but he is Figueres main claim to fame.

    Back onto the autopista after a 2.30pm lunch – seafood paella for me and a warm seafood salad for ...


    A travel blog entry by k_tworldtravels on Oct 27, 2013

    31 photos

    ... walked down Spain's most famous street, La Rambla, and followed it all the way to the harbour. The pedestrian walkway extended the entire length of the street and is packed with people the entire way from side to side. After a few blocks we stopped at Mercat de la Boqueria to get lost in the largest market in Barcelona. Not really knowing what to expect, we were fascinated by the number of stalls offering seafood, jamón (a ...