Hostal HMB

Address: Calle Francisco Giner, 5, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08012, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the La Vila de Gràcia area of Barcelona, is near L'Eixample District, Casa Comalat, Placa de Rius i Taulet, and Casablanca Cinema.
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      Gaudi not gaudy

      A travel blog entry by foodblubber on Oct 08, 2014

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      ... us on the first night out, but we did a tapas bar crawl and drank copious amounts of vino tinto and cerveza and a long poured apple cider. We also ate lots of small fried fish, patatas bravas and other such delicious treats.

      The crew of mischief makers were reunited the following night. Again, far too much was consumed. N and I stayed out way too late for having to travel the next day. But it was a super fun night.

      Next stop Zaragoza.

      It worked in hundreds of big guys. You are no exce

      A travel blog entry by steverudzinski on Aug 16, 2014

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      A travel blog entry by dligonsf on Jul 02, 2014

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      ... of the city on 26 January 1939 caused a mass exodus of civilians who fled to the French border. The resistance of Barcelona to Franco's coup d'état was to have lasting effects after the defeat of the Republican government. The autonomous institutions of Catalonia were abolished,and the use of the Catalan language in public life was suppressed. Barcelona remained the second largest city in Spain, at the heart of a region which was relatively industrialised and prosperous, ...

      Why Barcelona wants to leave, really

      A travel blog entry by tatoji on May 31, 2014

      ... having to bail out other countries.

      I understand the feeling that Catalnya feel they are different and have the right to be their own country but if they were smart and truly weighed the cost of independence with the risky benefits, they would see that independence is not the right choice. Because once things get better, this feeling will subside once again and there will no need for all this ...

      Day 181 and 182: Barcelooooona!

      A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Jan 18, 2014

      15 photos

      ... the beach and then along the footpath which was parallel to the beach. We stopped a few times to take photos and look at things, however we didn't notice how far we were walking out of the city, until we reached the freeway. Maybe we should turn back now, it will get dark soon. So we turned left and decided to head back into the city through the suburbs. In the distance we saw the famous Torre Agbar, which is a 144 metre high tower and the headquarters of Barcelonas water company. ...