Hostal Rio de Castro

Address: Av. Paral-lel, 119, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08004, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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          Massive Day in the City

          A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Oct 17, 2015

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          ... thought it would be a great way to see as much as possible. So we get a taxi to the square where the buses go from and get on the Orange route bus.

          We get a seat on top and laugh at how funny and "touristy" we look with our headphones in ready for the city tour. We roam around, and decide half way through to complete the full loop first and then we can decide what we want to go and see and when we want to hop off the bus. We drive around to numerous locations and I’m ...

          Beautiful Barcelona

          A travel blog entry by mccranor on Aug 10, 2015

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          ... go max 25km/hr. We spent a couple of hours scootering along the promenade it was a lot of fun.

          Barcelona is so clean, it has everything, beach, mountains, city and food!! We did not see half of what is on offer and really think 2 weeks would be perfect to get to relax and see all. It is so easy to get around and they have bike lanes in the middle of the main roads which have their own lights so safe to ride around. Would absolutely come back again.

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          10 days in one of the most exciting cities

          A travel blog entry by kyle.l on May 29, 2015

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          ... The energy around me was an unforgettable experience.

          It's hard to keep track of the days here in Barcelona, everything just seems to flow together. I feel you could lose yourself for six months and not even know it. Maybe that's one of the reasons why Spain has a 23% unemployment rate. Who wants to work when you live in such a wonderful place?! I grab a hold of time on Sunday and head out to explore the Gothic quarter. On my way out I run into Aaron, a traveler from ...

          THE FINAL PHASE

          A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Apr 10, 2015

          ... with her cab. Off we went to see the two best examples of Gaudi architecture in the city. I did not take my camera, the reunion the focus of things.

          We stopped for some Catalonian tapas. They were quite different, being rather ornate and usually on a piece of bread.

          We had dinner in the Plaza Real at MariscCo. I had some olives for an appetizer and we shared two mains, the pieces of cuttlefish being the better one. A bottle of vino blanco also
          managed ...

          La Familia...Sagrada

          A travel blog entry by jentimemilyadah on Sep 26, 2014

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          ... every bit of this 3 hour meal and the girls were rewarded richly with a booty of ice cream and hot chocolate (hot fudge sauce). We all agreed that this was probably the best meal we’ve have had in months. It's mushroom season so we had sautéed mushrooms of every variety (all the ones we saw at La Boqueria almost), fresh bread with broken tomato and garlic, an unctuous salmon and ...