Pension Terrason

c/ Hospital 101, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08001, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Barcelona

On the train to Barcelona

A travel blog entry by anita.russ on Jul 28, 2014

... ramblas fully expecting to get a soaking. I think the ramblas is disappointing these days gone are the colourful pet and flower stalls replaced by tacky souvenir stalls and the famous statue people are just relegated to the sea end of the street. It is a shame as it is a bit soulless now. We walked up to placa catalunya to sort out Sandra getting to the airport when we are gone and walked down ...

Day Eleven - Barcelona bus tour / St. John's Day

A travel blog entry by mikeyhand on Jun 23, 2014

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... more expensive.

The bus tour we booked was one of those hop on/ hop off types and it wasn't bad. After seeing the bullet shaped building, Torre Agbar. Then we saw the Sagrada Familia church and it looks so much better in person than the photos on the web. I didn't want to pay the $18/pp to look inside. The line was down the block and it was too hot and we just don't have the time. They plan on finishing it in 2026, maybe we'll ...

And we're off!

A travel blog entry by healsby on May 03, 2014

... us, and jumped on the metro to take us to the airport. It was strangely quiet on the train, and was even more so at the airport. For being the major one in the area, there was only our flight to Girona scheduled, so it was pretty dead. We joined the queue looking hugely out of place – all of our travelling companions seemed to belong to stag and hen dos and all were already merry. We were sober with a giant ...

Barcelona, the new capital of Europe

A travel blog entry by carloswysling on Apr 15, 2014

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... in the world) Starbucks is just about in every corner of Barcelona. People seem to like the style of wide and comfortable sitting areas on side walks - it fits with the European style of romancing their coffee and their time to talk things over. In keeping with the American way of serving everything in paper cups and plates, Starbucks was not quite what we enjoyed. So many local coffee places and restaurants (always using ceramic plates and cups, thank ...

King of Spain

A travel blog entry by etillborg on Jan 16, 2014

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... but it worked out fine, found it without problems and a lot of space there. The hostel was really good, felt more like an appartment with roommates than a hostel. First night, I opened up a bottle of wine at around 7 and started predrinking a bit. Little did I know that the times in Barcelona isn't quite as the rest of the world I've been in. They went out to the first bar at midnight. So I was fairly drunk already then. And been up since 7am ...