Hostal Central Barcelona
Travel Blogs from Barcelona
I've decided to dedicate this post to the gastronomic highlights of my recent trip to Barcelona. I had butterflies walking around all my old haunts from my semester abroad, and the unforgettable meals we had are the perfect focus for this entry!
On our first day of sightseeing and feasting, we worked up quite the appetite touring Gaudí's …
JAR awoke to find that they had arrived in Barcelona. They quickly washed up, got dressed, and said farewell to their new friend. Upon disembarking from the train, Ranan composed a beautiful song to express his feelings as he experienced Barcelona for the first time. It goes: Barcelona Barcelona Barcelona, Barcelona Barcelona Barcelona, Barcelona …
I got to Barcelona yesterday afternoon and bought a guidebook in the airport. I called a couple of hostels before talking to Carlos at HCB. He is so awesome! He saved a room for me while I navigated my way to the hostel. I took a train to the metro and then took the metro to the hostel. But once I got out of the metro station I couldn't find the …
After a couple hour layover in Narbonne, France (see previous journal entry) Brian and I continued our journey on the train to Barcelona. The remainder of the train ride was beautiful and an adventure. Once we were seated we were told in French that our train was delayed for an hour. We sat in the station for a very long time, while we waited to …
... and the cathedral's doors were reopened to the public.
La Sagrada Familia- a cathedral like no other. The building was of Gaudi's genius whom unfortunately was unable to witness her completion. It is a testament to his sometimes odd style and vision, fusing the organic lines of nature with architecture. The outside of the cathedral has towering spires almost alien in nature. Her large halls were designed to represent a forest, her columns depicting trees and ...
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