Rambla & Catalunya Hostel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
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... another plaza with Barcelona's own Arc de Triomphe, and nearby were a group of old fellas playing Boche. In the park. They were so good - couldn't believe their accuracy at tossing steel balls underhanded. Probably do nothing else and been doing it for 50 or so years. There was a park near the zoo which had a great fountain in it. Also in every public space there is usually a guy with a bucket of dishwashing liquid and a couple of sticks with ...
... it in other Spanish towns but everywhere we go here that seems to be the done thing. Hopefully Jack and Amber can come and stay again when we are in our new place and craig can spend some quality time with them. Craig has a big move coming up he couldn't be long and I had my training session in the evening. It's a beautiful day today and the sun was quite hot it's still cool in the shade though. ...
... out spoken but harmless who has a crush on Vincenzo the Italian bus driver, and rightly so he is a bit hubba bubba. Roz is travelling with Elizabeth who is superbly dressed and a well spoken lady of Scottish origin, probably in her seventies.
Then we have the hippies from the hinter land in Queensland. Two ladies in their late sixties very weathered by the Queensland sun and very alternative. One of them is only travelling with only 7kg ...
... we could pump up the aircon just a little more. We met at the rooftop pool for a swim and were just blown away by the view of the entire city including all the famous landmarks and the port - brilliant! The pool is only small and cannot even be given the title of plunge-pool as one would break ones neck on plunging and the surrounding area was packed with bodies all looking at the pool and the view ...
... on a high speed train. I think the first inescapable thought went arriving in Madrid in July must be - oh my, the heat! It's undeniably hot here, sticking above 30 degrees until the sun goes down which isn't until 10pm. After checking into my hostel (only 2 flights of stairs this time) I braced myself for the heat again walked to the Museo Del Prado. It was a pretty decent art museum, though again lots of religious art, which generally depicts much of the same thing in the same ...