Residencia Erasmus Gracia

Address: Torrent de Olla 212, 08012 , Barcelona, Catalonia, 08012, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hostel
 
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This 3 star hostel, located in the La Vila de Gràcia area of Barcelona, is near Casa Vicens, Mabarcelone, Gran de Gràcia, and Cinema Verdi.
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      The Rest of Italy

      A travel blog entry by alice-patrick on Nov 23, 2013

      6 comments, 25 photos

      ... trying horse meat. All was well when we found a great seafood restaurant and then it just got better when the waitress told me my Italian pronunciation was very good. I'd been trying to order everything in Italian and not point to the menu item while I was doing it, so I sat there gloating while Patrick, yet again, rolled his eyes at me...

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      Gaudi's Apartments.

      A travel blog entry by drowles on Jul 20, 2013

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      ... have not seen how brilliant his designs were and built more like them. We struggle to find an ergonomic designed chair for our computer station and Gaudi designed whole buildings in 1900 to fit naturally into their owners needs. Take a look at all the workmanship that went into his buildings. It boggles the mind to think how this was achieved. ...

      Reflections of our time in Spain

      A travel blog entry by abi.latham on May 04, 2013

      ... walkable. Prices are cheap compared to northern Spain, France and Netherlands. They seem to actively practice or maintain their culture in dress, lifestyle and some architecture. Whilst a city it is more like a village or collection of villages with people of all ages out and about interacting in the market places and plaza.

      The down side, but perhaps that's how they keep it clean as it were is that they generally aren't welcoming to non locals. It's “fit ...

      Sightseeing and flamenco!

      A travel blog entry by anne.bao on Mar 15, 2013

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      ... the music and singing and the dancers wore magnificent flamenco dresses! It was a very classy and impressive show until the end, when the cast took a bow and then convinced their producer to come out onto the stage.

      He came out in a tracksuit and sneakers and proceeded to also do a flamenco dance, stomping away wildly. Then the dancers called out a random visiting dancer who was backstage who looked exactly like ...

      City like no other

      A travel blog entry by ktthomas on Sep 22, 2012

      51 photos

      ... had commenced in 1882, Gaudí became involved in 1883,taking over the project and transforming it with his architectural and engineering style—combining Gothic and curvilinear Art Nouveau forms. Gaudí devoted his last years to the project, and at the time of his death at age 73 in 1926, less than a quarter of the project was complete. Construction passed the midpoint in 2010 with some of the ...