Hotel Medium Abalon
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Medium Abalon Barcelona
Walls are way too thin, I can hear everything that's happening from our neighbors and corridors and outside.
Fortunately it's on a very quiet street and is only a 2min walk from the closest metro station and a 10min walk from the Sagrada Familia Cathedral.
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