Rambla & Catalunya Hostel

Address: Rambla Catalunya 84, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08008, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the La Dreta de l'Eixample area of Barcelona, is near La Pedrera - Mila House (Casa Mila), Catalunya Square, Casa Lleo Morera, and Tapies Foundation (Fundacio Antoni Tapies).
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    Day 7 - via Andora then to Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by pia1981 on Jul 12, 2015

    ... and catch up on sleep but I don't like the extended periods that we are just sitting there doing nothing. But I know now and that makes it easier for next time. We get to Andora and we have a look at the shops and decide for a very basic and common food that is known to western society known by its Golden Arches. After lunch we are running out of time and we scoot to get our stuff (Bollinger for €33) and to the bathroom and ...

    Day 40-47 Weekly summary

    A travel blog entry by luharris on May 03, 2015

    21 photos

    ... I then went and met craig and Alfred at l'illa to exchange some of the things we bought the other day. Alfred had a spectacular tantrum which ended up with him say o the floor flinging him self backward and me getting some horrific looks from passers by as I was laughing! I can't help finding his tantrums amusing. I finally managed to calm him down, he is ridiculously tired as he. Has not slept properly for over a week. When we got home I had a look ...

    Calories & Caffeine

    A travel blog entry by joseph.hall on Feb 05, 2015

    1 comment, 38 photos

    ... walking the streets, taking time to explore several cafe's and cathedrals. During the day, the weather changed frequently, shifting from heavy snow fall to clear-sky sunshine. In the late afternoon we were forced to to take the train back to Arlanda Airport for our 19:45 flight. As I stared out of the train window gazing at the Swedish countryside flying by, I felt that Sweden could be a place for me to live one day despite the high income taxes that the ...

    What is happening?

    A travel blog entry by pandar on Sep 20, 2014

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... made La Mercè patron saint of the city but the Pope didn't ratify this decision until two centuries later in 1868.

    It was this year that Barcelona began celebrating its annual festival around September 24th but it wasn't until 1902, under the Mayor Francesc Cambó that the Festes de la Mercè began to be celebrated in the way they are today.

    It was in this year that the first processions of papier-maché giants and big-heads - Gegants and ...


    A travel blog entry by linarogers on Jul 14, 2014

    9 photos

    July 14, Happy Bastille Day.

    Woke up earlier and took a taxi to the Sagrada Familia – unfortunately the lines were already very long before 9 am! So we walked all around it and then down the road for a coffee. What an amazingly, beautiful building. Next we chose to walk back towards the city centre to find the Gaudi buildings. La Pedrera was chiusoed for renovation on the outside with long lines to get inside! ...