Sant Jordi Sagrada Familia
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSant Jordi Sagrada Familia Barcelona
Best hostel I've been to.
Very clean, good price, and helpful staff! WiFi always worked, they had a comfortable common room, and the beds we're much better than at most hostels.
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Barcelona, Spain.... Didn't expect to make my way out there!!
I'm so glad I got the chance to though. Such a beautiful city with so much to see and history behind it. I really lucked out on this trip. Along with some friends, I booked a Blind Travel flight for 80 euros round trip, with no idea what our flight schedule would be, or where we …
I was up at 10:30, highly aware that I wasn't going to have any access to my locker till I dealt with the key situation. With that in mind, on our way to the supermarket I told the guy that I had left my key at the table the night before and fortunately had the support of another guest who had seen another hostel worker pick it up. He stared at …
The room was dark all morning so I didn't get up till about 11:15, startled by how late it was. Issy and I got changed and went to the supermarket across the road to buy some things for lunch, accepting that we had missed breakfast time for the day. We ended up getting some brown bread, salmon, tomatoes and goats cheese, as well as some avocados …
Matt and Tilly popped their heads in at about 6am to say goodbye, but we continued sleeping till just before 9. After we got up we started packing up our things, making our final appreciations of the apartment that had been home for the past 3 days. We had a basic breakfast and watched some TV, expecting the cleaners to come in at 10 to kick us out …
... and turned out to be accessible local folk music played on traditional and modern instruments and with some modern influences as well, so we decided to stay.
They were well received by the audience and the old (possibly ancient) song “Volem pa amb oli” went down very well with many in the audience singing along. The song’s title translates into English as “We want bread with oil” and I found an internet resource when ...