Hostel Palau

Address: C/ Palau 6, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08002, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Barri Gotic area of Barcelona, is near Teatre Nacional de Catalunya - TNC.
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    A travel blog entry by sam.wilson on Jun 10, 2015

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    ... gates are locked. He seems to understand and using return gestures, indicates that there is an open gate at the far end of the park… the one we had come in! As we cycle back across the park, a police car stops us and again we are given our marching orders… they really don’t want anyone in the park after hours! I had wondered earlier why the homeless population weren’t making use of this lovely park; now we know. We both have mouths like ...


    A travel blog entry by pohearn818 on Nov 22, 2014

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    ... a huge Picasso fan, I should check it out.

    The museum itself is a bit hard to navigate, or at least to figure out how to actually enter the permanent exhibition. Took me 10 minutes wandering around the ground floor to figure out I had to go up the stairs in the courtyard, part indoors part outdoors. The museum is unique in that it focuses on the early years and the later year of Picasso's life, pretty much neglecting ...

    Is that where the big Jesus is?

    A travel blog entry by emedina7 on Nov 10, 2014

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    ... people, not Parisians though. We met up with them on our last day there and walked around the Gothic Quarter all the way to Las Ramblas which was quite fascinating to do at night because of the dark corridors and streets that look quite haunting. When in Barcelona you can see different pieces of Gaudi's art integrated in buildings throughout the city which was also quite a cool experience. Of course we ate the traditional dishes of paella, churros, ...

    Day One

    A travel blog entry by patch64 on Oct 18, 2014

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    ... arena. We have lunch there before heading back to the hotel for an afternoon snooze #oldfarts. We awake around 530pm, shower and head to the Metro. We alight at Liceu which is a stop midway up the Ramblas. The Ramblas as always is heaving with people. We try to find an outside cafe to buy a few beers and watch the world go by. Sadly there no longer seems to be any here. Perhaps they are just seasonal. We walk up to Placa Catalunya where we find ...


    A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Aug 01, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... who’s portraits of ???? were beautiful.

    We finished the evening having refreshments on the museum’s deck looking at the Font Magica (Magic Fountains). Unfortunately our timing was off and we missed the magic. The day was finished at 10 PM with pretty decent food from a restaurant in our neighborhood