Graffiti Hostel

Address: C/Arago 527-529 Ppal, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08026, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Les Corts area of Barcelona, is near La Fira, Filmoteca de la Generalitat de Catalunya, Happy Parc - Comtes de Betlloc, and Europolis.
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          A travel blog entry by linda.g on Sep 28, 2015

          17 photos

          ... have a much better understanding of his architectural genius and creative talents after learning about him and seeing his works. The first 2 places were residential. He managed to capture light and air in an unexpected way. The roof tops in particular were unusual, undulating. His designs were organic, with a strong focus on the geometry of the plant, animal and mineral domains. The Sagrada ...

          Day 13: Barcelona

          A travel blog entry by gerard42 on Sep 03, 2014

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          ... any use to me? If I was at home, with a kitchen and everything at my full disposal (and an ounce of cooking skill), this market would be so awesome to have so close; you could literally get everything you needed to cook anything you dreamed of, so fresh! But the problem is I'm a tourist, and like pretty much all tourists, I don't have any kitchen or any facility at my disposal to take advantage of this wonderful array of fresh food. I wouldn't even know ...

          On Catalonian Independence

          A travel blog entry by santillana95 on Jun 05, 2014

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          ... is dying out and I believe that is what the people of Barcelona are fearful of. Language is incredibly power, in that ties people together in ways much deeper than as simply a means of communication. Sometimes I think that its value is much more sentimental, why else would we completely reject a language like Esperanto? What ties does Esperanto have to a people, truly? Montserrat expressed this, not so much in words, but I could tell by the emotion in ...

          The wait is over!

          A travel blog entry by jennyandwayne on Apr 17, 2014

          8 photos

          ... them but it gave us something to talk about.

          We had dinner near the water, paella and beer (do as the natives do) and it was the end of a big day. Off to bed for hopefully a good nights sleep.

          Sorry I am having a couple of technical glitches with photos, seems the new iPad doesn't like uploading from the camera, probably just apples way of making more money....... Stay tuned, I will get some photos soon xx (photos uploaded at the end of the trip).


          Saturday in Barcelona

          A travel blog entry by tomdsims on Oct 26, 2013

          15 photos

          The total day was devoted to Antoni Gaudi that I could walk to. I started with the La Pedrera that was built between 1906-1912 in the Eixample District. There are no straight lines in anything he did and all flow gracefully to lead your eye to the next. What a man of vision for art and engineering. I am sure I will come ...