Hostal Coral

C.Calella 1, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08002, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the El Barri Gòtic area of Barcelona, is near Gothic Quarter (Barri Gotic), Fat Tire Bike Tours Barcelona, Papabubble, and Main Synagogue.
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    A travel blog entry by hamiltonfamily on Aug 31, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... dreams and every man is a boy at heart.
    So in my early thirties, when I started climbing after a few years respite, my dreams recurred. That was the time that expeditions on Everest were increasing in number and the first guided ascents were beginning. I did look into possibilities and got as far as being offered a discount if I would be the physician for a guided group. Work, family and ultimately common sense prevailed. ...

    It's Raining Perros y Gatos!

    A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Jul 07, 2014

    1 comment, 132 photos

    ... next bout, I won't be able to retrieve the clothes for a day or so! Speaking of which, the weather has been extremely mild this summer and is frequently cooled down by scattered showers, so it has been in the comfortable low to mid-seventies in Fahrenheit degrees most of the time. Incredible!!

    Am cleaning house and doing laundry to get the place all spiff and spotless for Linda T's arrival this morning (Tuesday). So tested out the ride to the airport yesterday and stupid ...

    Bye Bye Portugal, Hello Spain!

    A travel blog entry by playhard on Jun 05, 2014

    5 comments, 5 photos

    ... when we left a few hours ago. We knew our way around, were comfortable with Portuguese people and felt like we saw all of Porto. When we left Porto, we had mastered the subway, the narrow, crooked streets and a few choice words in Portuguese. Thank you, Goodbye, welcome, and sorry. Didn't have to say sorry too much, thank goodness! Most everyone in Porto spoke English. On the last day in Porto (next entry) we found some ...

    Wait, I'm blogging now?

    A travel blog entry by the.traveler on Mar 05, 2014

    ... I was bustled through what i assume was customs, got my passport stamped, and carried about my way through my third set of security gates. When I landed in Barcelona, I retrieved my baggage met my family face to face for the first time, and headed on our way. I was shown the city, briefly, and then started on my way to meet my host parents, who happened to be his mother and father. This was a welcomed surprise seeing as their house is a ******* ...

    Swan song in Barcelona!

    A travel blog entry by twodrifters07 on Nov 28, 2013

    69 photos

    ... all directions, up and down, matter how many times we went on a certain route, there was always something new to see! Strolling the Ramblas, the wide pedestrian walkway that runs from Placa de Catalunya to the waterfront on a Sunday is the perfect way to experience local life in this vibrant city. It's always packed, and we were warned and warned about pickpockets, but fortunately we didn't see or ...