Hostal La Terrassa

Junta de Comerc 11, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08001, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Barcelona

Two Brazilians And A Kiwi

A travel blog entry by britanne

5

... After the museum I went to the Antic Market del Born, because I thought it was going to be a market. However, it was ruins of an old market. Not quite what I was expecting when I walked in, but it was cool to see an old part of the city that was also below the current ground level. Towards the end of the day I went to Placa de Catalunya, which is the most popular square.

Jess and I went to dinner again, but ...

The city that never sleeps...Barcelona, Spain

A travel blog entry by stephaniegaul

64

... of the known clubs. When we first got there all the drinks were free so it was pretty packed from the beginning. We ventured into the mob of people on the dance floor and definitely had a good night. We headed home pretty early though because we were all so exhausted from traveling.
We started our next day by jumping onto the metro. We headed for lunch at a famous sandwich shop but got caught up in a riot on the way there. I'm not sure what it was about but it was ...

Day 20: Barcelona

A travel blog entry by phoenix7

12

... started running in the general direction of the venue, Santa Maria del Pí. It isn't a big enough church to be marked on the map, so I used GPS. Yet good old Google Maps seemed to be taking me round and round in circles while time was ticking. I asked 4 different locals yet nobody seemed to know what I was talking about. Too many churches even for them! In the end I simply zoomed in on Google Maps and found my own way there. I made it just on time, but found ...

Catalan Experience

A travel blog entry by bradtravelling

... the rose windows. This continued in-construction church truly is a masterpiece of architecture and spiritual atmosphere. After Sagrada Familia, we went to a patio restaurant at the beach, called Can Majo. In there we ate delicious shrimps for appetizer, and the most exquisite seafood paella! Then we went to the Palau de Musica Catalá. A private concert hall created and maintained by the Orfeo chorus group, a Catala chorus with a lot of of ...

Hop On, Hop Off in Barcelona

A travel blog entry by bergstrommr

8

... br>
We return to make are final arrangements with Llous, we are now ready for tomorrows long day to White Bear. It has been a great trip, I don't know how we pulled it off, Karen has been the difference, she takes care of the details and the $$$.

Tonight we stay home, Karen makes a great pork dinner, we clean and pack ...

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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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