Sant Jordi Les Corts Hostel

Taquigraf Garriga N0 7, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Barcelona

Barcelona, Spain.

A travel blog entry by hollyguds on Jun 02, 2014

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Day 1- Fly in, greeted by Kate, Luke, Hayden and Tymon drinking and waiting outside our hostel. Go out for dinner tonight Day 2- Go on a free walking your of the city. Learned some amazing things about the medieval times in Barcelona and through King George's reign. Go see Kate and co at their apartment and go to Ruby's for some mojitos Day 3- Candice, Reg and I hire bikes and ride around ...

A Day in Paradise

A travel blog entry by molliecura on Apr 06, 2014

1 comment, 24 photos

... since prehistoric times and because of it's great views of the city and the sea, it was an important sight in battles. The park was developed greatly in preparation for the 1929 International Exhibition and because Barcelona hosted the1992 Olympics, Montjuic underwent major renewal beforehand.

In the fall I explored Montjuic Castle - a castle built in 1640, turned into a prison and currently a landmark and museum - ...

Barcelona, Spain

A travel blog entry by lisandrew on Dec 08, 2013

7 photos

... 10 mile walk from our hotel through the city and down the coast line with a break for lunch by a seaside cafe. We enjoyed lots of Spanish wine including our favorite, Rioja, sangria by the liter, and cheap but tasty cervesa. We had a delicious variety of tapas including patates bravas (fried potato wedges in a spicy sauce), croquettes (fried balls of mashed potatoes with ham), grilled artichokes topped with Iberian ham, and focaccia pizza with a tomato relish and ...

Day 9

A travel blog entry by gbeter on Oct 11, 2013

2 comments, 20 photos

Day 9 Ok everyone calm down. I'm not that tired. I slept a whole bunch yesterday on the bus. Keep in mind that we drove across a WHOLE country so there wasn't much to report except for countryside which is pretty, but once you've seen Eze, nothing compares. It's freezing and raining today. Not going to get great pictures. Just left the Sagrada Familia. It's so massive I can't even explain it. It can fit 5,550 people. The architect's name was Gaudi and he was years before his time. You ...

Barcelona - Spain

A travel blog entry by david.seldon on May 13, 2013

3 comments, 9 photos

... next bus in 5 mins or 5 hours, or stay on board for the next little morsel, and they give you some ear-phones for an English (or whatever language takes your fancy from a choice of 8) running commentary...

     

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