Hostal Noya

Address: La Rambla 133, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08002, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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Location

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

Beachy barsa

A travel blog entry by amandane on Jul 28, 2014

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... I hadn't come across before. You grab a plate and help yourself to the many varieties of pintxos displayed stacked up along the countertop. Each of the pintxos is prepared with a toothpick jabbed into it - which you save. When you're done and the waitress comes over to collect your plate, she counts the number of toothpicks and you pay based on that. To keep it simple, each pintxos is valued at the same price (€1.90) and I think, between the 4 of us, we polished off 44 of them! ...

Via Mexico City and Paris, France

A travel blog entry by anitamercado on Jul 01, 2014

Population of Mexico City 21.2 million Flight to Mexico City from TJ was uneventful. The lady giving us our ticket took too long, technical difficulties? Mexico City was a mixed-up, mess-up. We arrived in terminal 2. Went across airport to get to terminal 1, which is the international terminal, to board our Air France flight. Kept being redirected back to AeroMexico. Finally, went to Air France offices (located in parking lot structure?!) to find out that we were NOT flying Air France ...

The 1888 World’s Fair in Barcelona

A travel blog entry by ecurtis219 on Jun 03, 2014

... The Fair played a huge role in making this art form known, not only throughout Catalonia but across the world, as an emerging movement, similar to Art Nouveau but uniquely Catalan in its eclecticism. Thus, the 1888 World’s fair as a mega-event was a win for Barcelona, bringing recognizable buildings that would last, and that would bring hundreds of thousands of tourists flocking to the city annually for years to ...

Catalonia -- We LOVE Barcelona!!!

A travel blog entry by bjbromberg on May 22, 2014

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... Karl stopped at the Barcelona Cathedral. I didn't see this but from afar, but I thought the cathedral was interesting because you could see through the spires; usually the spires are filled in. They also went into the Cathedral Santa Maria del Mar. Inside is a stained glass window the was done for the 1992 Olympic Games and each of the medalists were able to sign it. ...

Gaudi and Messi- the tale of two geniuses..

A travel blog entry by kinwah on Feb 04, 2014

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... which showcases memorabilia, photos and trophies garnered through Barca's glittering history. It also touches upon the importance the club plays in local and international humanitarian programmes.

The tour takes you into the stadiums itself, down into the media rooms, changing rooms then out onto the pitch via the players' tunnel. Then, they bring you upwards to the reporters' boxes, high above the crowd to give them an unobstructed view of the action taking ...

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