Rambla & Catalunya Hostel

Rambla Catalunya n 84, Barcelona, Catalonia, 8007, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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Barcelona: the weird and the wonderful...

A travel blog entry by roamingfree


... and on!! You can never get too much of Gaudi and for you kiwis, think of Hundertwasser and the public toilets at KawaKawa......Hundertwasser was born two years after Gaudi died but he was almost certainly influenced by Gaudi, except that Hundertwasser was way more colourful with his designs and because of this, I like him the best!

Chocolate and churros followed by Picasso

A travel blog entry by 5edwards


... plenty of space. Somehow had a Mediterranean feel, maybe the heat, blue sky and palm trees did it.

After a day of walking, what better than to have a dip in a roof top pool. The Grand Hotel Central has a stunning pool. You swim looking across the city roof tops, a wide expansive view. Quite different to that of Rome roofs, which are much more crowded together.

Tour day, real Bar the lona

A travel blog entry by miura09

... 1 person turned up so they cancelled it. We decided to go home and have a nap then head out. We had a nap then Nadzha and I headed to the train station to purchase our tickets. We were the 2nd to last to be served before they closed which was fortunate. It was a good thing we had tickets though. We walked briskly back to our hotel where Jasmine was waiting for us because we were late. We then headed out to our flamenco show which was only across the ...

Day 1 - We haven't even biked yet...

A travel blog entry by rmhero


... club on the beach we went to was called Shoko, and it was awesome. Playing almost all english speaking music and a lot of good electronic music, I was almost as happy as I am in candy stores...until I tried to leave for fresh air and was charged 10€ to get back in, but it was totally worth it. We all had a good time with our new friends, and were back home by 4am.

First night = Success

Buenas noches,

My first visit to Spain.....

A travel blog entry by eagle10


... and I discovered that was about three floors underground in a newly constructed part of the station. It looked and smelled "new" and I could hear construction work (grinders, etc.) ongoing in a part that was blocked-off with plywood.

The track number (Binario) for my train wasn't announced until about 15 minutes before scheduled departure, but it was in fact on Track 16 (althoughs 5 minutes late). Again it was air conditioned and I was happy to ...

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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, Tapies Foundation (Fundacio Antoni Tapies), and Casa Lleo Morera.
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