Rambla Cat Inn

Address: Carrer de Corsega, 305, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08008, Spain and Canary Islands | Inn
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This inn, located in the La Dreta de l'Eixample area of Barcelona, is near L'Eixample District, Vinçon, Pilma, and Groc.
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Travel Blogs from Barcelona

El Ravel and the "New Me"

A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Jun 17, 2014

6 comments, 7 photos

... exists; the second is that the name has no real connection with the Chinese (Xinès). Both statements are true. This barri, unfolding south from Carrer Sant Pau towards Drassanes, was once one of Europe’s most infamous neighbourhoods, inhabited by the poor and working-class and rife with prostitutes, pimps, strippers and drug dealers. Today, due to enthusiastic clean-up efforts, mere vestiges remain of the barrio’s previous life (though some alleys still hint ...

"I couldn't put that in my mouth!"

A travel blog entry by twofoodies on Jun 13, 2014

18 photos

... returned and observed that we had not eaten the meat course he enquired if there was a problem. Video Girl said, "I couldn't eat it because it was too fatty and over-seasoned." The waiter offered to have another course prepared but Video Girl and Battery Boy declined his offer. The remainder of the dinner did not improve so Video Girl and Battery
Boy returned to their suite hoping that Barcelona would redeem itself the next time we ate.


Along the Streets of Barcelona

A travel blog entry by mummysegg on Mar 24, 2014

27 photos

... having to endure the sound of heart break from the agony your wallet is in... This is for you! Haha, just kidding! I think that if you're in the area, make your way down, so you can board the "been there, done that" boat. Anyway! I digress! Gaudi! By this point, it was getting very ***********vince my friend there was a "famous house", mind you, we were walking about for a good hour looking for this place. When finally, I pointed to a glowing building in the ...

A glorious city in the nation of perfume and Jamon

A travel blog entry by leighroy on Dec 20, 2013

17 photos

... world it has extremely low aggregated player payments largely because it buys few on the free market at multi €m prices but rather develop its own through a series of local youth academies. During the Franco period its democratic structure was revoked and leadership positions appointed by the regime.

Oh the Catalonians know how to eat and drink. Eating is relatively inexpensive and startlingly good. Breakfast at the Boqueria ...

More more more!

A travel blog entry by markstothers on Aug 01, 2013

... the road runner going Beep Beep.

Perhaps feeling sorry for me or seeing my ashen face of terror, a local woman babbled at me in Spanish and pointed me in the direction of the next street. When I got there, I saw the most glorious thing I have ever seen. Angels sang hallelujah and light shone as if God himself was watching.. I saw not one, not two, but 6 escalators ( I think. I lost count) leading up the hill to the top of the ...