Guest House Sant Andreu

Gran de Sant Andreu 343 Bis, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
 

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Barcelona

A travel blog entry by smittys

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... did not disappoint!




















We also stopped by all of the famous Gaudi works around the city. Antoni Gaudi was a famous architect from Catalonia and is considered to be the Spanish Frank Lloyd Wright. Gaudi was a contemporary of Frank Lloyd Wright ...

Tapas Anyone?

A travel blog entry by dixiej

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... rooms were beautiful and the bathrooms even better. I didn't get pictures. We were anxious to get out into the city and by the time we got back, the room was already pretty cluttered!

We cleaned up quick and took to the streets. One block away was our first stop. Tapas Tapas! There had to be 70 -80 different types of tapas on the menu. The bar area inside is lined with the tapas like a sushi bar. We opted for a ...

Gaudi Immersion

A travel blog entry by robselclark

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Did a five hour, Barcelona Highlights Tour that was great. Then caught a public bus to Park Guell, that is full of Gaudi's zany architecture. Returned to hang around the city for the first lighting of the street Christmas lights, then strolled back to the hotel. Sagrada Familia, Gaudi's crazy, unfinished church was the focus of the tour, and it was breath taking (and wierd)! Started in 1882, it was always intended to be built using private donations. Nowadays ...

Sangria by the Bucket

A travel blog entry by lesleykm15

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... eateries. We stumbled on a gorgeous market with colourful fruits, eggs and mushrooms of all shapes as well as fish, meats and cheeses. Was amazing. We got a punnet (with tiny fork included) of strawberries. Yum. With hunger growing we found a place that had 6 Tapas and a drink for 2 for €18 so we decided upon that deal. At the time of paying they charged €20 as there ...

Barcelona - in amongst it all

A travel blog entry by rhogrefe

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We had a good couple of days seeing some of the special sites in Barcelona.
had a great afternoon at the beach, took a dip, sipped a few Caipiroskas and soaked up the beach atmosphere in Barcelona.
Shirley and I walked the famous La Ramblas in amongst thousands of others and set about discovering the old gothic city centre, which was ...

Location

This hostel, located in the Sant Andreu area of Barcelona, is near El Born, Gaudi House Museum (Casa Museu Gaudi), Barcelona Glories, and Els Encants.
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