Pension Portugal

c/Jose Anselm Clave 27, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08002, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the El Barri Gòtic area of Barcelona, is near Fat Tire Bike Tours Barcelona, Mirador de Colon, Columbus Monument (Monument a Colom), and ART Escudellers.
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    Week 19. Approaching 5 months at a flying rate!

    A travel blog entry by lesliegugger on Jun 19, 2014

    11 photos

    ... smiling faces were there to greet me, when I came out. A quick hola and we were off running to catch the only bus for the next two hours, which ended up being 30 minutes late anyways. I was presented with a bag of extraordinary fruit. I nearly cried. I love fruit more than any other food in the world. So when I saw the ripe, juicy fruits I couldn't help but dig in and savor every little piece. Magical. The moment I stepped on the bus, I was in migraine mania. The ...

    The best unfinished basilica in the world

    A travel blog entry by egarcia35 on Jun 17, 2014

    To me, the most astounding and visually appealing architectural masterpiece we went to see was the 'Sagrada Familia' This unbelievable structure, designed mostly Antonio Gaudi in 1883, is still unfinished, but it is so impressive that it has already been proclaimed a UNESCO World heritage Site. Without a doubt this masterpiece is Barcelona’s most famous attraction, where visitors all over the world, whether they are Christian catholic, ...

    Day Two. Getting Better.

    A travel blog entry by jcdanovich on May 26, 2014


    ... and now rain was going to ruin it. I do love rain! Don't get me wrong, I love my rain since I never get to see it in Arizona, but this wasn'tArizona. I'm not in a place where I have a car to avoid being stuck in the rain. I am relying on the metro and my feet to get me around. LUCKILY, Barcelona's weather was a bit different. Since I am staying in the hills 30 min outside the city, this area is more prone to rain. When I got into Barcelona, it ...

    Churros and the Gothic Quarter

    A travel blog entry by kinwah on Feb 05, 2014

    10 photos

    ... con Leche, completes the perfect pairing.

    Whilst thoroughly enjoying our churro, I spied another tasty morsel in the bar's window- a thick fried flour roll reminiscent of the Yau Char Guey that Chinese eat. Cue furious finger pointing, and we found out that the name of that delicious looking morsel, was a porros. Our proprietor was so kind as to cut us a small piece to sample. I am pleased to say it tasted as good as it looked, eaten in a ...

    More beautiful Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by cmdickson on Sep 07, 2013

    1 comment, 26 photos

    Up at the appointed time to go to Sagrada Familia which opened at 900am. There was already a queue at 8.30 but it was not very long. We were one of the first groups to gain entry and it was quite empty, which made it even more breathtaking. The scale is amazing on the outside, but I was unprepared for the scale on the inside. It soars to the roof with huge pillars that really do look like ancient enormous pale tree trunks (which is what he modeled them ...