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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Barcelona
it was good.the prices were reasonable.the people were nice, the food was
marvelous, in all the city, and the hotel was clean and comfortable to stay .
The people that works there was the best: kindly, and efficient. The beds were adecuates for rest after a very hard day walking.
I recomend it for the tourists.
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... Unfortunately it was too hard to take photos from the bus with the reflection from the windows, not to mention other buses and trucks etc being in the way.
Our local guide was speaking very fast and told story after story so I found it hard to take it all in! It would have been good to have another day or two in Barcelona to explore the sights, but at least we had the chance to see some.
What I loved the most was the Gaudi architecture. What ...
... testicles and so on. Ok you might want to skip the last few items. Then we headed round the corner for cake. This was a bit of a birthday treat for Deb as we went to a little cafe called Escriba Rambla which makes amazing cakes and chocolate confectionery. After and with the rain having stopped we headed back down the Las Ramblas to the maritime museum. This was closed when we were here three years ago, but today it was open. For a modest entrance fee you get to see some ...
... a walk through the neighbourhood. There is an old hospital building here, so all the streets are named after doctors. We walked down the La Rambla, which is a very touristy street, just blocks from the apartment. La Boqueria, the main touristy market is on La Rambla, so we had a walk through. It was packed with tourists, but there were some locals around. We walked through the local prostitute hangout on the way back. We weren't expecting it, ...
... legal entities of two tipes: autonomous public departments and public enterprises. The seat of the city council is on the Plaça de Sant Jaume, opposite the seat of Generalitat de Catalunya. Since the coming of the Spanish democracy, Barcelona had been governed by the PSC, first with an absolute majority and later in coalition with ERC and ICV. After the May 2007 election, the ERC did not renew the coalition agreement and the PSC governed in a minority coalition with ICV ...
... the theater of Pompey, where julius Caeser was killed- how awesome is that? Et tu brute? We met Laura at the apartment and she showed us around. Turns out she has a big west coast adventure coming up in July, ending in San Francisco, so I told her I would email her some recommendations. The apartment is so cute! Very nice! We went out on Rick Steve's heart of Rome walk. We started at campo de fiori where we got beer and gelato, and watched a little soccer. We ...