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- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Hostal Abrevadero Barcelona
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Since leaving Barcelona, Sam had talked about going back to the Basque restaurant where we'd eaten previously. The place is set up only for counter service and because we went early (8:00) the restaurant was very quiet and we were feeling a little self conscious. Finally, Becky broke the ice and engaged the waiter (who spoke almost no English) and the ...
... ourselves to lunch out. We passed this amazing salad bar the other day so decided to try that out. It's like a buffet of hot and cold fresh food,you pay €10 and eat as much as you like. I had the biggest salad ever followed by frozen yogurt and a small amount of chocolate ice cream. Craig a had a good plate of salad then went back for pizza and tried to get a dessert but a big group of students came and polished them off. Even more annoyingly they ...
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... The highlight of the night was probably sitting in the comfy armchairs in the bathroom and talking to a Scottish girl who said "wee lad" and everything. It was great. As everyone was on their way to the club, Issy, Riley, the other American and I pulled out and got a €8 cab back to the hostel. It was then that I noticed I didn't have my key, so a little disoriented and without access to my locker I collapsed into bed in the pajamas I fortunately kept under my ...
... hour's drive. It was very sleepy, but there were tourists about especially at the museum where there are some , small evidently, works of Picasso, Matisse and Dali, as all lived or stayed, even it was just for a few summers, here.
We walked across the 14th century Pont du Diable, (1321), famous for its 45m span across the River Tech back then.
Three bridges run near each other. One has been used to ...