Hostal Gat Raval

Address: Joaquin Costa 44, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08001, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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    A travel blog entry by eddiemcmillan on Oct 17, 2015

    Had another sleep in then went for a walk down to the beach. Rented bikes for two hours and just cruised along the beach front. The man made beach was actually massive and went along way past the main part near La Rambla. Funnily enough we saw a game of rugby going on right next to the beach - although it finished as we got to it so didn't actually get to see them play. Also saw some guys playing 6 on 6 beach volleyball - however one of the teams of 6 were completely naked! ...


    A travel blog entry by 1tripnicksimone on Jul 22, 2015

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    ... of it, the "hanging weight" method or something like that, which allowed the designers to check the natural shape of the building by hanging appropriately weighted bags (representing the weight of the roof) from appropriate lengths of strings. The force at play is the same whether its going up or down! Really impressive. The final thing about Gaudi, he recognised early on that there was no way the project would be completed, so he didn't design in detail all of ...

    Gaudy Gaudi

    A travel blog entry by cookcorn on Jun 10, 2015

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    "You'll just love the Gaudi when you're in Barcelona" - "no visit is complete without going to see as much as possible". Well we did make the effort (it involved a lot of walking and later, escalators) and I'm not sure love is quite the right word. I can appreciate it for its quirkiness and the way it stands out compared to the other buildings and some parts I do like, but not all of it - I will not rave about Gaudi!

    The Sagrada Familia - the great opus to ...


    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Apr 12, 2015

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    ... Chill time for an hour or so with the usual computer time. Readied near 1630 for the walk to Sagra Familia. We got there before the 1700 start of our ticket.

    Sagra Familia was Gaudi's last work, left incomplete on his death. It became his fixation, sleeping in the church at the end of his life. Its exterior is relatively normal--not the adverb there--but the interior is a bit more offbeat. Columns are trees. Stained glass is more colours than ...

    Barcelona - day one of four

    A travel blog entry by craigang58 on Oct 01, 2014

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    ... to Manuka, but sparse enough to look like a bad hair transplant. We stopped at the train station at Figueres-Vilifant as our magical mystery tour continued. People got off the bus, they gone on the bus. The net result was one couple stayed off which we assume was the reason for going into the town/city in the first place. Even the French speaking passengers weren't happy with communication. The vegetation turned more green farmland and what we'd call bush in NZ, ...