Hostal La Terrassa

Address: Junta de Comerc 11, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08001, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the El Raval area of Barcelona, is near Las Ramblas, Mercat Sant Josep, Grand Theater of the Lyceum (Gran Theatre del Liceu), and Casa Bruno Quadros.
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    Day 11

    A travel blog entry by mikaylalebo2 on Jun 27, 2015

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    ... we take the green line and it was the first stop on the yellow, so that's the way we decided to go. Ryan didn't come with us, however, because he went back to buy his guitar when the shop opened. After a long train ride, we got off at the exit, walked outside, and realized we were in the suburbs of Barcelona. We had gone way to far out of town then we should have. There was no taxis to be found so we got back on metro and tried another spot. We were worried since ...

    Day 21 manic Wednesday

    A travel blog entry by luharris on Apr 15, 2015

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    ... have a long weekend and some good time to get settled.We didn't finish looking round until 5:10 which didn't leave me much time to get to training session. I flagged down a taxi and had a hell ride of a journey, the guy was driving so fast it was actually scary. What a muppet.When I got home I was exhausted. We have an early start tomorrow we have to be at the apartment for 9 as the delivery guys will be there. ...

    A Gaudi day

    A travel blog entry by richalive on Dec 04, 2014

    7 photos

    ... by a tram. The creativity and style using architectural features drawn from the natural living world is simply staggering. A number of other of his buildings are tourist attractions in the city. We went up to Parc Guell in the north to see his park scheme and the home where he lived for many ...

    Barcelona, Spain

    A travel blog entry by melissalawrence on Oct 15, 2014

    1 comment, 202 photos

    October 15 This morning we got up very early and headed to Barcelona. The hardest part about traveling is not knowing public transportation well, so we really had to reseat what time the buses started and whatnot. We arrived successfully at the airport and had a smooth trip to Barcelona. From the airport, we took a train and then switched to a metro to get to a friend's apartment that we would be staying at. The walk from the metro station was easy and we were ...

    Seville to Barcelona via Granada and Valencia

    A travel blog entry by bobrogers on Sep 06, 2014

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... to fall to the Christians in 1492. The stucco work inside is magnificent in its complexity and the area it covers. The tiled walls too were colourful and with the stained glass that was originally installed would have made a fantastic sight. However it fell into disrepair when the moors were routed and the furniture and many fittings robbed and used to heat the peasants who lived in the region. Finally recognised for its importance and magnificence, it was restored and is now ...