Mediterranean Youth Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMediterranean Youth Hostel Barcelona
Hostel muy bien ubicado. La atencion del personal fue muy buena, me dieron informacion de donde ir y como moverme dentro de la ciudad. La habitacion estaba bien, aunque la ventana era muy pequeña y causaba cierta sensacion de encierro.
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Elviajedeanita stayed here on Apr 8, 2014 during their trip titled: Elviajedeanita's Great Adventure.
... large section of stained glass windows into a giant celebrity squares game. John the night shift on-call Archbishop called on Fathers Lucio and Bernard to come and try their luck at the game. Father Lucio went first, "Line one, position four!" The section of stained glass spun around. "I've won a Paneri watch!", he shouted joyously as he ran back to his room to read more watch literature.
Father Bernard then stepped up to the line ...
Note to self. August is not the best month to visit Spain. Its just too hot.
So the last couple of days have been super hot and humid, however today, we got some reprieve with a clearing rainfall. Our apartment has only one window so air doesn't flow through the apartment. Its actually cooler outside than inside. With the heat, getting a good night sleep is hard so in the afternoon, we automatically feel like a siesta. And ...
... awake for 38 hours. Well the man bag lasted a day of mum filling it up and now it has no zip after a morning of trying to fix to go to barcelona we then aparently didnt have time to put my contact lenses and sunglasses becasuee we aparently had to rush off because we docked at 2 and had to be off as soon as it touched land... We then had to wait ages for ...
... an expression of Catalan nationalism expressed through various art forms, most significantly, architecture. Several buildings in the L'Eixample (the Extension) are veritable displays of this movement. A leading exponent of Modernisme was Antoni Gaudi whose works are a combined UNESCO World Heritage site in the city. His Palau Guell, just off La Rambla, features a weird roof with tiled chimney pots. Parc Guell is an entire city park (free ...