Hostal Plaza

Fontanella, 18, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08010, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
 

Travel Blogs from Barcelona

Sangria

A travel blog entry by crmiddleton

... drink like the Spaniards I appreciated the culture of it all. The Sagrada Famiglia, Casa Batlló, Park Guel and all that was the legacy of Gaidi. Barcelona is a city made by Gaudi, an artist before his time and who is now known by name around the world. One can not help but get lost in the detail and expressiveness of his work. La Rambla is the busiest and ...

Beautiful Barcelona

A travel blog entry by shannoliver

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... a 1 minute walk away, called Txpela that we've been going to every night since they're open until 1am. They have the best sangrias I've ever had. I made friends with a couple from Holland there yesterday and drank a bit with them. They were hilarious and promised me they were going to visit us in California. If you asked me to pronounce their names, I couldn't even come close.

Today we had brunch at Alsure Llúria, ...

SETTING SAIL

A travel blog entry by mek1

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This morning brought lots of sunshine and beautiful weather in Barcelona although it was chilly. Dennis and I had a wonderful walk this morning, stopping in an art store. We had a very good breakfast at our hotel and then it was time for our driver to take us to the ship. I am always concerned about whether the driver can find the ship. We have been lost so many times in different ports because the driver cannot find ...

Barcelona- Spain

A travel blog entry by taylorandnat

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Stayed at Hostel One Sants and were 'upgraded' to a private room in the dungeon-smelt lovely! Enjoyed an awesome free dinner which was our favourite cuisine- chickpeas with onion! The next day we hired bikes and cruised around the city checking the sites. Ended up down at the beach having a few beers before going out to ...

Sightseeing in Barcelona

A travel blog entry by bgagnon

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... St. Mary of the Sea Cathedral. This cathedral is free to enter and is definitely worth your time, just make sure you are properly dressed. After the cathedral we made it to the coast and then headed up the awesome street of Las Ramblas. This street is full of street performers and vendors. From Las Ramblas we headed back to our hotel for a quick nap, and than we journeyed to one of the ...

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Location

This hostel, located in the La Dreta de l'Eixample area of Barcelona, is near Palace of Catalan Music (Palau de la Musica Catalana), Cuitadella Park (Parc de la Cuitadella), El Corte Ingles, and Borras.
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