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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... they had to keep collecting the ball for us.
Oh did I mention pretty much everyone in Ibiza is on steroids? Well that's my guess anyway. Everyone is crazy muscley. This guy at our hotel, we seem him every hour and he's always just eating eggs at breakfast. Hmmm I remember those days, eating eggs eggs and more eggs that is.
Before we knew it, it was time to get dinner. We headed down ...
... train to Barcelona Sants station which is only 3 hours from Madrid. I am so grateful for the time I got to spend there especially since I got to see my cousin Claudio. Although I cannot go to the beach this time around because of my tattoo, I am sure I will have no difficulties finding something else to do. Tonight I plan on going to Razzmatazz which is a club Claudio told me about. It has 5 different rooms with different genres of music playing in each one so it caters ...
... by train on the other side of town and that we would have to change trains at some point. After leaving at 4 am, Leah and I were both tired and I am sure you could see it on our faces (hello black circles). But Fede insisted on talking and asking questions and upon our arrival took the long way to his apartment (We found this out later when he told us he likes to take random streets so that he can cross them off his list…).
Finally after arriving at his flat ...
... The photos will say it all, if Jodie could choose a church to sit in for a few hours it would be this one! Now, off to explore for some Paella, Tapas and of course Sangria! This was successful and of course delicious! The main strip, referred to as the La Rambla street was lined with trees, packed its people and filled with aromas of spices, churros and seafood. It was ...
Today was a pretty late start after our big night last night. Once up we went to find some food. We came across the house with skulls in the balconies. Then crossed the street to Tapa Tapa. Had some really amazing tapas it was so yummy we then take the metro to Sagrada Familia and have a look around before heading back to start our walk down La Rambla and some shopping. I really enjoyed waing down La Rambla and seeing all these ...