Rambla Gothiko

Davinyo 39, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08002, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Barcelona

Have You Seen the Movie Taken?

A travel blog entry by hannah_e_shear


... going to make us dinner, which we thought was so nice, but we soon found out that he is just weird. Fede made us pasta and chicken and mixed it with sauce from a jar. Sadly the side dishes of cauliflower with cheese and the salad with corn and cheese were the best part of the meal. We were still so grateful that he was showing us the city (even though it took 8 hours) and that he cooked a meal for us, so we offered to clean up the dishes. After showing Leah the proper way to wash ...

A taste of Spanish Culture in Barcelona

A travel blog entry by vacationista


... meal and crave more in the future. When going for tapas, be sure to check out the variety of dishes. The restaurant we went to, served everything from mussels, to potatoes, chicken, squid, shrimps, sardines and more. A truly cultural experience to wrap up my very short stay in this beautiful heart of Spain.

Barcelona was a fantastic place to visit. The scenery, shops, food and dance certainly had me captivated. Now go see it and feel it for yourself. No ...

Grand theft auto - Barca style

A travel blog entry by shaeshae88

... red peppers stuffed with cod fish and then baked. It was all really delicious but Christine was suffering from a hangover so she headed back to her hostel and I went for a walk down the other end of La Rambla that I hadnt seen yet. Along the way I bought my Barca bracelet and stopped to coo at some little bunny rabbits in cages while attempting to pat them with one finger through the bars. Pretty sure I was blocking the view of a 5 year old girl but when it comes to cute ...

Goodbye Spain, Hello London

A travel blog entry by kaztravel


... their CD. Starving, we headed into town for a bite at a local fast food restaurant, (our first cardboard meal!) before heading to the Casa Batlló for a look through the Güell house that Gaudi designed. OMG..... We spent a couple of hours in awe of his design style wondering through the 5 floors of rooms. The use of colour, shape and design is incomparable to anyone else. Rushing to finish any ...


A travel blog entry by chlizy


... Island of Capri was narrated in great detail by Enrico. The first sight was the famous blue grotto. Due to the long wait to enter the grotto, we chose not to wait and continued our tour. We saw several other places that had the same water color effect as the grotto. The sea was choppy, though. On the less windy side of the island, we had a chance to jump in the ocean for a swim. This went pretty well until I (Carol Ann) was stung on the leg by a jellyfish. Ouch! Giovanni's ...

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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, Los Tarantos, and Papabubble.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent