Hostal els Angels
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... hostel where I paired up with the Canadian from the night before and played beer/sangria pong. After tons of **** talking and five wins, we went to a well known shot bar. After about an hour of watching liquor light on fire and having insane bartenders blindfold and scream obscenities at us (never ask for the Monica Lewinsky in Barca, guys), a few of us made our way to a club. Somehow we made it there, drunkenly argued with the bouncers until they let us all in for ...
... It was another moment where I felt like I was
put in the right place for a reason. Experiencing everything this world has to
offer not only motivates me to see more of the world but also inspires me to
dream big and make it happen… it was truly and incredible moment and a perfect
end to Barcelona day 1.
The next day we woke up early after our first night in our
Hostel. I must say, hostel living is pretty interesting. Im thankful I brought
... met up with the two boys in the hostel bar for a drink and planning before going back to our rooms to get ready. Upon going back to our room we found our latest roommate to be a really nice Canadian girl who is studying in France and having a weekend in Spain by herself. We gave her a 5min warning to get ready before we had to leave and she was in! We met the boys back in the bar and set out to find some Paella, this turned out to be a bit harder than we thought. Upon leaving ...
... was raining…wtf!! I want sunshine and warmth since Paris was freezing! I didn't get in till after 9 or so. I ended up getting dinner at the hostel which was another Sr. Christopher's. This one was super nice, but poorly laid out that it was hard to meet people. I ate and went to bed! Next day i was going to do the walking tour and it was raining! I decided to meet up with Kelsey…the girl i had mentioned before. We decided to hit up a museum that was free. We could be inside ...
... Rambla - an apparent 'must do' . It is a wide, approximately two kilometre street that has a walking thoroughfare down the middle. It has trees lining both sides of the walking area, with two lanes of traffice on each side of that. In the middle where people walk there are stalls selling everything from gelato and other snacks to silver beet seeds and souvenirs. It's absolutely humming with people. We continue along La Rambla until we spy ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal els Angels Barcelona
Excellent place, very close to everything. Nice and tidy rooms with very friendly staff. Totally recommend it.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.