Mellow Hostel Barcelona
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... ultimately our fault – that our tardiness was the culprit – but no no, no no no no, that tardiness was only 5% the issue. Ryanair sell dirt cheap airfare with the knowledge that they will recoup any lost money by bilking their customers at every turn, including, but not limited to, stupidly restrictive luggage limits which, this time around, cost us 60 more euros. I guess at this point, all I can say is I will never fly Ryanair and will advise anyone against it. Anyone who ...
... gorging ourselves we watched 2 street performers dance some
seductive Spanish dance with the beats booming out of their massive stereo. We
wander into a supermarket and decide to enjoy the night air and get 2 bottles
of wine and sit around the fountain in Catalunya square. We sit and listen to
music off our phones and watch people selling glowing spinning tops. A man was
making large bubbles and we just sat there watching it for hours until the wine
ran out and ...
... 243; de Catalunya, Catalonia's public network, are located in Sant Joan Despí, in Barcelona's metropolitan area. Sports Main article: Sport in Barcelona Estadi Olímpic de Montjuïc (Barcelona Olympic Stadium) built for the 1936 Summer Olympics named People's Olympiad, main stadium of 1992 Summer Olympics. The Camp Nou, the largest stadium in Europe. Barcelona has a long sporting tradition and hosted the highly successful 1992 Summer Olympics as well as several ...
... which we had to hike. No wonder it had vacancies and was
really cheap. We laughed the entire way up the mountain and it was definitely a
“is this real life” moment. The hostel- IN AND OUT- was really nice though, it
was clean and was a non for profit employing people with special needs. We also
got free breakfast and had cheap lunches which were really convenient. We slept
in a room that held 10 people so the 6 of us had 4 french room mates. After we
... initially designed by Gaudi to be a housing estate in the early 1900's, but unfortunately didn't get finished due to the economic times, war and the distance from the city centre ( no one in those days having vehicles), although now is only a 10 min drive.
At the entrance is a stunning mosaic dragon with staircase and beautiful serpentine shaped balcony with vibrant mosaics around its edge.
There are a couple of display homes built, one that is modelled on the tale, Hansel ...