Hostal Santa Anna

Address: Calle de Santa Ana 23, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
 
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Location

This hostel, located in the El Barri Gòtic area of Barcelona, is near Cuitadella Park (Parc de la Cuitadella), Arc de Triomf, El Corte Ingles, and Rabbie's Advenutre.
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    Barcelona, All Things Gaudi

    A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Dec 29, 2014

    37 photos

    ... was to begin a very rowdy group of Italians who must have been in a back room of the restaurant poured into the main dining room and the party was ready to begin! Luckily for us our table was perfectly situated to see the small television they had placed in the corner so we found ourselves surrounded by our new companions and the excitement was definitely contagious. As we finished our grapes and the countdown streamers went flying, horns were blowing and everyone was ...

    SHIP DAYZ

    A travel blog entry by amelia.connell on Nov 02, 2014

    ... and quizzes the course itself is super elementary which is annoying but whatever. Moving on. Sometimes on B dayz I’ll go back to bed after class. I usually get up at 4:30 those days to prepare for the quiz anyway so I think I post class nap is fair. I’ll get up for lunch then I have another class at 2:30. Public health is with the same professor as GID so I see a lot of him which is awkward when he’s being annoying. Public health is pretty boring because ...

    Seville to Barcelona via Granada and Valencia

    A travel blog entry by bobrogers on Sep 06, 2014

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... tour of nearby Carmona was next. This typical Andalusian village is virtually untouched by tourists.....yet. It is a walled town that has outgrown the walls but retained the old village feel inside. We spent two good hours with our very informative and humorous guide lady here. She seemed to know many inhabitants and the local feel was obvious.Whitewashed village houses and narrow cobbled streets were the focal points and old men ( and women) sitting in the town square talking. ...

    Sun and siestas in Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by goodner on Jun 30, 2014

    1 comment, 99 photos

    ... kids even get their own bedrooms for almost a week - heaven for them!

    Another Barcelona first: we have absolutely no plans whatsoever upon arrival, except to have dinner with a local YPO family with kids of similar ages on one of the nights. We decided before the trip that, whenever possible, we will try to meet families with kids from the countries we're visiting to get some personal perspective. Our most surefire hope to meet others with kids of similar ...

    "I am not strange, I am just not normal"

    A travel blog entry by twofoodies on Jun 11, 2014

    2 comments, 24 photos

    ... store and burly security guards proving access using a fingerprint scanner.

    They sat with Rahael who presented tray after tray of watches. Battery Boy was mesmerised by the shiny trinkets presented before him. He admired a multitude of watches, IWC, Paneri, Rolex and many more. Rahael looked at Battery Boy and said, "Sir, I notice that you are looking at the IWC and Paneri with great interest, and rightfully so, they are beautiful timepieces but they ...