Rambla Gothiko

Address: Davinyo 39, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08002, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the El Barri Gòtic area of Barcelona, is near Gothic Quarter (Barri Gotic), Fat Tire Bike Tours Barcelona, Placa Reial, and Los Tarantos.
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    A travel blog entry by mikeandbrittany on Nov 19, 2014

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    ... of years ago as they had old cannons and huge brick walls built. This would have been a huge advantage, almost like shooting fish in a barrel if you were the Spanish. We toured around the fort atop the hill for a little while, taking pictures from each side, one over looking the city and the other over looking the ocean. We walked down the other side of the park back to the city level and towards a spot on the map we found, the "Magic Fountain." It sat right next to the Catalan ...

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    ... Sounds like Quebec :) Next we visited the church of Santa Maria del Mar built in the mid 1300's. On the face of the building on all sides are several stones with Hebrew inscriptions. These were headstones taken from the Montjuic cemetery (the Jewish cemetery) on the hill of the same name that overlooks the city. This was not done as an insult or blasphemy. It was simply that the cemetery had fallen to ruins by the time those cathedral walls were being built and the recycling ...

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    Modernisme and Gaudi in Barcelona

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