Hostal Madrazo

Carrer Madrazo 103, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08021, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Sant Gervasi - Galvany area of Barcelona, is near Joan Miro Foundation (Fundacio Joan Miro), Casa Vicens, Gran de Gràcia, and L'Espai.
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Travel Blogs from Barcelona


A travel blog entry by aurisch on Jul 26, 2014

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... two too early means we much less exciting parallel run but discover the Catedral de Barcelona where we have a few coffees and spanish breakfast pastries I've forgotten the name of. Realising our error we cut through some of the walking streets between the Cathedral and Las Ramblas, pause for a shop or two and eventually bump into Las Ramblas. Right on the corner is the London family of Emerson's new friend Maddie ...

Stepping out of my Pilgrim shoes...

A travel blog entry by kymmurphy on Jun 17, 2014

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And so the journey home began with a 9:15am flight from Santiago to Barcelona. The journey home...physically, spiritually and emotionally. Am I ready for the inevitable transition into 'normality'? Are others ready? When I bade Kate and Nigel farewell yesterday at Cape Finisterre Kate's parting words to me were "the real Camino starts when you return home dear". I think she may be on to something because I can sense it already... Flying to Barcelona...tears flowed ...

Las Diablos de La Mercé Me Quemaron

A travel blog entry by molliecura on Sep 23, 2013

1 comment, 25 photos

... down and everyone dismounts. The kids look like little monkeys! It's absolutely adorable.

There are different levels, as well. In a more difficult level, the Castellers form a human tower of people on the shoulders of others until they're just one tall, skinny tower. It's crazy. The event is judged in some way and one group of Castellers will win. I'm not sure how that works out.

The origin of the Castellers is purely ...


A travel blog entry by midlifecruisers on Sep 07, 2013

1 comment, 27 photos

... had to watch carefully for pick pockets here as well. Some lovely silver jewellery designs here.

Stopped for lunch and wanted to try Tapas and Paella of course.... The calamari and spanish sausage were great, could have eaten more of the calamari , so tender ...then out came the pan filled with paella....well this was divine,with a few prawns and clams and calamari through it.
My first taste of paella and I'm sold....wonder if its as good in Aus.
Ordered a large ...

The Beach at Barcelonita.

A travel blog entry by erinkats on Aug 16, 2013

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... gloved and none-gloved hand, we finally got our meat. We delicately grabbed our meat filled bag and double bagged it with another of our own. After dropping of the groceries in the apartment, we took the subway to the beach. Barcelonita is a series of man made sandy coves. The sand was pretty nice, but the water looked a little dirty with plastic and cigarette butts floating in the surf. We laid out and watched ...