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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Day 7 23/11/2014 Just another day of wondering the beautiful streets of Barcelona and organising the next few days. We were starting to get quite relaxed and enjoying the atmosphere of the Gothic quarter so we just meandered around making sure we hadn't missed any hidden gems and then traveled out to the big train station to collect out Train tickets to Valencia. We just loved Barcelona such a ...
... the shuttle bus to the ship, we stopped at an outdoor plaza for a cold and much needed beer. The center fountain and old men on benches feeding the pigeons were picturesque. A racket going on above our heads in the palm trees
were dozens of green parrots, arguing over the hanging figs in the trees. A cat was walking along a narrow edging between the second and third floors, walking in and out of open apartment doorways on each balcony. An old man ...
... leisurely morning, we took a 20 minute walk to the Metro station to grab the train to Sagrada Familia, our final formal tour in Barcelona. Little did we realize that there would be another 5,000 folks milling around trying to see this amazing structure. Fortunately we had purchased tickets that passed all the waiting lines...and we were off on our audio tour!
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... go to barcelona without visiting it.. That night, I met up with a Kiwi couple that I met on the walking tour and we went to a crazy tapas bar that the guide suggested. La Champania is a tiny bar in the docks area, which is the front half of a business that during the day makes and sells Cava (Spanish champagne). The bar sells cava for €1 a glass or a bottle for €5 and very cheap tapas, resulting in a popularity that has to be seen to be believed. Packed in like sardines, ...
... green loop. The green loop went past highlights like the Torre Agbar (a building that is lit up at night by a thousand of LED lights), the Sagrada Familia (an iconic church that was regarded as Antoni Gaudi’s masterpiece and had been under construction since 1882).
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