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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      Montserrat and Wine Tasting

      A travel blog entry by mdesoto on Oct 21, 2014

      2 comments, 44 photos

      ... that this is also the location of the Holy Grail in Arthurian mythology. While we didn't see any sign of the Holy Grail or the monks that live there, we did view the outside of the monastery and walked into the Basilica.

      A funicular took us to the top of Montserrat where we marveled at the views, and then partway down the mountain to the beginning of the hike to the sacred cave. Spaniards believe that Montserrat is ...

      Olé, Olé, Olé

      A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Jul 18, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... a day too late as when I went to get out my iPad to read my lonely planet it was nowhere to be found. I believe it had been taken by someone who was in the dorm room when I put it away and left for the morning and saw where I'd put it as none of my other possessions were disturbed. The hostel staff were only just a shade above uncaring and help such as where is the nearest police station with English speakers had to be drawn out when you might think that given a theft had occurred ...

      Basking in Barcelona

      A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Jul 06, 2014

      15 photos

      ... located in the old part of the city and surround by Barri Gothic buildings.

      Towards the end of the promenade, we stopped for some last minute tapas and a refreshing beverage. Then it was time to catch the shuttle bus back to the ship.

      Once we got back to ship, it was time to get ready to retire for the evening. Mum went out of deck to watch the city disappear in the distance.

      Fun fact:
      Urban parks account for 10% of the cities acreage.

      Park Guell was swell

      A travel blog entry by playhard on Jun 08, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... feeling passageway. There were columns made from rock... none were smooth. some had stalagtite type of rocks sticking out of them. This area had a baroque feel to it and was probably my favorite area architecturally.The whole passageway looked like a big wave and Amanda snapped a picture of me pretending to surf through it.
      In general, the park was amazing. I don't think i have ever truly appreciated this form of architecture before, nor had I heard of Gaudi.


      Las Diablos de La Mercé Me Quemaron

      A travel blog entry by molliecura on Sep 23, 2013

      1 comment, 25 photos

      ... burned me" in Spanish...

      In America, the amount of lawsuits that would come out of this event would be innumerable. In Spain, the event isn't only government sanctioned, it's government funded!

      Another fantastic event during the festival of La MercÚ is watching the Castellers. The Castellers are groups of people who build human towers. Be sure to check out the video. In between the administrative buildings ...