How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Albergue Studio Barcelona
Travel Blogs from Barcelona
... in Barcelona. After a very quick breakfast, our guide, Jordi, came to our vacation rental so we could tour our area. The tour was around 4 hours long, and I learned a lot about the area.
First, we visited the music hall in Barcelona, a modernist type building with very interesting architecture. The name of the music hall was Palau de la Musica Catalana. After ...
... have seen most everything we wanted to see and feel like we are ready for the next adventure, but in this case Barcelona was such an amazing place that we wished we had allowed for even just a couple more days to soak it in. Needless to say we know understand why people from around the world are in love with this city and it is certainly near the top of our list of places we plan to return to someday.
The next stop, and our final destination in Europe is Venice, Italy! Until Next Time…David & ...
... gay district
last week when I was lost. The proprietor, a native Catalan, welcomed me warmly
and fed me a perfectly cooked meal of comfort food. Eugenia just opened her
small place called “l’aram” which refers to a type of copper pan commonly used
here. When I was a sweaty hot mess last
week I was drawn in by the delicious aromas, and when I told her that, she was
thrilled. That is how I knew the food ...
One of the places they list is the Port Aventura - an amusement park outside of Barcelona that is themed with various countries in the world (many of which we are visiting on this trip). Though it would be light on the educational front, I rationalized that it would give the kids a bit of foreshadowing of the places we'd soon go, and all of us love rides. The journey to this semi-remote destination was one we debated, choosing rental car over train and ...
... br> It was a pleasant afternoon.
As for this morning.....we went to the station to buy tickets for the Spanish train coming from Marseilles through to Madrid, as the ticket office was closed yesterday. It didn't open until 9:15, and there were quite a lot of people waiting already, some after refunds. Net was down, so couldn't buy tickets. Ticket vending machines out of action. Queue so long we would not ...