Hostal Noya

Address: La Rambla 133, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08002, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the El Raval area of Barcelona, is near Cuitadella Park (Parc de la Cuitadella), El Corte Ingles, Rabbie's Advenutre, and Casa Martí "Els Quatre Gats".
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Travel Blogs from Barcelona

Getting down to Barca-ness

A travel blog entry by ozquonk on Jun 24, 2015

2 comments, 10 photos

... filled the SD card shortly after we set off, so my photo records have a big gap in them. This meant that I relied on Jackie's photos for that part, some of which appear on her Facebook.

To get there we walked up hill and up some interminable stairs, and then found the Joan Miro museum for want of better word. I learned that Miro proved to be a bit of an artistic chameleon, with several styles which seem quite unrelated. The museum exhibited a ...

Gaudi, Saint Eulalia et al.

A travel blog entry by peterconnor on Apr 21, 2015

8 comments, 29 photos

Hi Family and Friends

Early Roman settlement is evident in the area with ruins uncovered. You will see the Old City walls in the photos going back to the third century. Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain and as the capital of Catalonia every second building is draped with the Catalonian flag indicating their desire for independence.(I resisted the urge to draw any reference to Queensland)

Very much known for its multi-cultural flavour and it ...

Barcelona, Spain

A travel blog entry by melissalawrence on Oct 15, 2014

1 comment, 202 photos

... The paella was really delicious, although it had chicken wings instead of pieces of chicken which I believe is not authentic. I will post pictures of all of the food once I am back in Cooenhagen! After eating, we went to a museum in Barcelona, which was surrounded by a park where the Olympics were held in 1992. It was beautiful there; it's not such a touristy area once you get past the museum, so it was very calm. The view was amazing too, as we could see ...

Seville to Barcelona via Granada and Valencia

A travel blog entry by bobrogers on Sep 06, 2014

1 comment, 26 photos

... lounge, kitchen,bathroom etc home. Then he bought the one up the hill and made it into a museum of local bric a brac and charged people to visit. Well he got Trafalgar in, and three other coachloads as well. It was a fascinating visit and they are very comfortable and cool. Back on the bus, as they say, and off North across a very dry interior, through a mountain range and to the coast at Alicante. Along the way we saw they grow almonds down here, acres and acres of trees. ...

Something Around Every Corner

A travel blog entry by santillana95 on Jun 05, 2014

4 photos

... because of its age. It’s incredible to see how places can withstand the test of time, unchanging for the most part; witnessing different generations of people go by. One place that has surely transformed from the time The Shadow of the Wind was set is La Barceloneta. Today, tourists swarm this area that initially constructed for residents displaced by construction and make me wonder if this city’s glory and beauty ...

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