Hostal Gat Xino

Calle Hospital 149-155, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08001, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
Prices starting from $89.00

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Barca, you wild thing.

A travel blog entry by dresalazar


... it cost 50 euro for entry to one club), so I decided against it and to continue down to Morocco starting the next day. Ibiza would just be impulsive.

After a ten minute nap and some dinner, we started drinking to the night.

I had thrown on a long skirt and loose tank over my swimsuit, because. Well. The beach, right? I looked around and saw girls in tight dresses and make up, so I felt slightly underdressed. But... I wanted to swim. So I kept ...

Barcelona Adventures

A travel blog entry by -cat.rylance-


... br> lunch in the are at a small pub to avoid some rain that had started and made
our way up to the park. We bought tickets for 7pm where we planned to meet
Tamar and the rest of the group since for the most part everyone had decided to
do their own thing. Because we couldn’t take our tour bus back to the Sagrada
Familia, we had to walk about 30 minuets to get back. I was so proud when we
found our way and was so thankful that we had gone out of our way to make ...


A travel blog entry by stazz


... They started building it in 1908 i think. They won't be done with it till 2026!!! It really is incredible!! Coolest architecture i have ever seen in my life!! Im so glad i went out to see them!! I would have regretted it!! To end the best day in Barcelona my friend and i decided to get Tapas and Sangia for dinner. I got back to the hostel and had to pack up to head back to Paris where i will be flying back to the states!! Barcelona, thanks for giving me one day of sun! much appreciated!!

Walking, Walking, and More Walking

A travel blog entry by danddmeed


... about 3 hours and ended close to the Barcelona port. By this time, we were hungry again and stopped for a real lunch. I had a whole fish (head, bones, tail), ham croquettes, and some chocolate dessert. Dilyara had a goat cheese salad, grilled vegetables, and crème brule with brown sugar for dessert.  We then proceeded on one of our longest walking days ever. We began by going south and walking along the port. This took us right ...

Wandering Las Ramblas

A travel blog entry by barb3389


... on each side. The streets are lined with stores, restaurants, hotels and bars. The pedestrian section has flower markets, artists, mimes and tourist stuff. Don't slow down or you will get swept away!

Our first stop was Mare de Deu de Bethlem, a 17th C Baroque church. It is the oldest building on Las Ramblas. It has had a difficult history, being burned down several times, the last in 1936 during the Spanish Civil war. Although it looks quite plain at first glance, inside ...

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