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TravelPod Member ReviewsINOUT Hostel Barcelona
Cool place with great facilities, including kitchen and free wifi. Breakfast was good and the beds and room comfy. Staff were helpful but not so friendly. Noise at times but I managed to have a good sleep! Only problem was that was way too far from the center of Barcelona, so I didnt had a chance to go out clubbing.
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"Catalonia, colorful, artistic, and a bohemian place to gain much inspiration from. Who ever you are, where ever you're from, which ever background you embrace, Barcelona is the place to be, to feel the atmosphere of the arts and the music. Almost a fairytale to walk through. The mesmerizing architecture you capture with your eyes, the life and …
... Hours later and I’m back home; Ron & Tadaaki (a.k.a. super-dudes) invite me to try a new restaurant with them, so we spend a nice chunk of the evening talking tapas, wine and life, before more wine, conversation and nightcaps at the apartment. Before you know it, it's 2am – an early-ish night by Barcelona standards, but then not only is it not a school night, it’s a public holiday tomorrow!
... the Las Ramblas walking
street. It is on the end of the
Passage de Gracias, the high end-shopping street. It borders the Barri Gothic and El Raval neighborhoods.
We started down Las Ramblas, saw our first Gaudi building,
and B bought a bracelet. We then
headed west and headed in El Raval.
We went by the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art, and the nearby
Library of Catalonia. We headed
After leaving London behind we returned to Madrid where we spent a couple of days familiarising ourselves with Spain. After spending so much time in the South American countries that Spain had conquered 500 years ago, being in the homeland of the Spanish people was great as it felt familiar in some sense but altogether different at the same time. Now that I am here I find it hard to fathom how the Spanish managed to conquer most of South America so long ago, they must ...