Hostal Oliva

Passeig de Gracia, 32, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08007, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
 

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Barca, you wild thing.

A travel blog entry by dresalazar

5

... to jump over the fire pit. This small act was a huge metaphoric one for me. Maybe I was frustrated with men, had my own issues with weakness, hated the fact that my trip to Morocco was in jeopardy because of my gender, or it was just simply my feminism kicking in. I was sick of feeling unable to do things because of my gender. I hated feeling unsafe on the street, having guys try to force alcohol down my throat, and not knowing who I should trust to take a cab back ...

Barcelona: Catalonia’s heart beats here ...

A travel blog entry by traveldetails

5

... an interesting approach to the city is through the buildings of the Catalan architect Gaudi, who left his mark on the city with the buildings he constructed as well as the Guell park.

The food options offered in Barcelona are good in general so I did not miss the chance to taste the delicacies sold on the way and I must admit they were quite delicious.

One of my visiting days was spent at the big Aquarium since my love for water creatures could not ...

Parc Guell - feelin' gaudi

A travel blog entry by nomadjanel

24

... are all fluid lines and curves. I guess as he was so religious Freud would say it was to do with repressed sexuality no doubt but anyway it was lovely.
Loads of tourists still and it ended up being quite hot. Got 2 pairs of earrings for 5 euros - bargain!
You do see a lot more on the bus than on the metro that's for ...

Barcelona Day 2

A travel blog entry by oziscot

9

... sheep's heads to hand made chocolates and lots of Gammon hanging everywhere. Then walked down all the alley ways of the old town. Eventually found Barcelona Cathedral dating from 1298. With very tired feet we negotiated the confusing underground to find our way ...

Costa Brava - we found you!!

A travel blog entry by larissataylor

5

Yesterday Mum and Aunty Maree had their cooking class so by the time we had all woken up they were long gone! Spent the whole morning fixing ourselves breakfast and deciding what to do for the day (such a hard task without the mothers!). Decided we would go into La Rambla and have lunch. Daniel chose a place on trip advisor for us to go to which we all agreed on, however did not agree on the long walk ...

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This hostel, located in the La Dreta de l'Eixample area of Barcelona, is near Casa Batllo, Tapies Foundation (Fundacio Antoni Tapies), Casa Amatller, and Cacao Sampaka.
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