Hostal Gat Xino

Address: Calle Hospital 149-155, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08001, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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        A travel blog entry by eddiemcmillan on Oct 17, 2015

        ... to see right next to the main beach. Spent an hour and a half going along the beach front then returned the bikes to go and get sorted for the Barcelona football game. We headed over to a bar near the stadium and caught the second half of the Wales v South Africa quarter final. Wales looked like they were going to hold SA out but they scored an awesome try right near the end. There were quite a few people there watching it. And they all seemed to be Spanish which ...


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

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        ... but allowed for the following generations to design the different aspects that would be being completed then. He did leave some pretty explicit instructions though! So, we both really enjoyed la Sagrada Familia.No trip to a European city would be complete without looking at old stuff! So we dutifully headed into the Old Quarter to the Roman excavations we'd heard about. It was truely amazing. The museum takes you on a trip through the excavations below the city and ...

        Gaudy Gaudi

        A travel blog entry by cookcorn on Jun 10, 2015

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        ... structures requiring several lifetimes to complete is in truth absolutely amazing, Park Guell, not so IMHO. Guell reminded me of a cross between Charles Rennie Mackintosh (still my favourite Art Nouveaux designer) and Portmerion in Anglesey. I liked the viaducts at the park as well as the gate to the entrance of Gaudi's house (the exterior is OK too) but the other buildings within the park were just a bit OTT for me.

        La Sagrada however will just blow your socks off, ...


        A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Apr 12, 2015

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        ... floats beneath a parasol over the altar area. It left me a little uncertain about the entire effect. The audioguide was punchy re information. Overall, I prefer Gaudi the home designer than Gaudi the church builder.

        En route home got some medication for the dry cough [6.95E]; at that price it should also mix drinks. Home again for a half hour or so. With no Esther we can readily eat earlier, important tonight with an early start tomorrow.

        We ...

        Barcelona - day one of four

        A travel blog entry by craigang58 on Oct 01, 2014

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        ... to more distant higher hills. There also appear to be olive groves, and some small tree plantations presumably for wood. The bus went into the city of Girona, about half way between Perpignan and Barcelona and we'd been on the bus for 2 hours. It was now 2.30pm. At least we were seeing sights at a slow and close distance we wouldn't on the train, but it was pretty warm on the bus and we were becoming sleepy and sweaty, digital thermometers were showing 26' or a ...