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Hostal Europa

Mooi centraal gelegen hostel met verwarming en warm water op de kamer. De kamers hebben geen eigen badkamer.

Prijs p.p per nacht 26
Reserveren minstens 4 dagen vantevoren

Telefoon +34 93 318 76 20

Adres: Boqueria 18
Buurt: Barri Gotic
Metrostation: L3 Liceu

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Erik
Christine, ook al staat het Hostel hier genoemd, deze website heeft niets te maken met het Hostel zelf en wordt ook niet gelezen door de eigenaar van het Hostel. Voor contact met het hostel zelf raad ik aan het bovengenoemde telefoonnummer te bellen

Van Hoof
We have reservated a family room for four personnes (from 30/07-(4nights) til 3/08) via Nicki Van Turenhout, she have made the contacts for us. Can you send us a confirmation so we can be sure to resident in your hostal while we are visiting Barcelona. Can you give us a reaction, today???! !!it's urgent!! Thank you very much Christine Van hoof my mail: christinevanhoof_vandessel@hotmail.com

giorgio melloni
I would like to know if there is availability for 5 nights from july 20 until july 24 a double room .Thank you

Davide Tesoro
I would like to know if there is availability for 7 nights from July 3 (arrival) untill July 10 (departure) a double room. Thank you

Gerardo Heidel
Hola: Quera pedirles que por favor me informen si tienen una habicacin doble desde el jueves 20 al domingo 23 de mayo prximo. Y cul es el precio. Desde ya, muchas gracias. Saludos Gerardo Heidel

Erik
This reaction form is not for making reservations at a hostel. To get more information about the hostel or to make a reservation, use the links or telephone numbers provided in the text.

Yogesh
Geplaatst op:2012-10-17 21:42:46

Wij wetenschappers hebebn als mens de plicht respect te hebebn voor de andere mens. Respect houd ook in dat de privacy van de mens moet gerespecteerd worden. We kunnen wel een groep mensen bestuderen, maar dat wil niet zeggen dat iedereen moet geobserveerd worden. We kunnen wel een groep mensen bestuderen, maar we moeten de identiteit niet linken aan de resultaten. etc Het opgeven van de privacy houd een veel groter gevaar in dan we vermoeden. De 2e wereldoorlog is daar mooi een voorbeeld van. De joden moesten ook hun privacy opgeven door een ster te dragen.Als wij als wetenschapper lichtzinnig omgaan met waarden als privacy, dan zijn wij een deel van de oorzaak van die dergelijke gevolgen kan hebebn.

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talked to Mariners senior dceritor of baseball information Tim Hevly, who accompanied Eric Wedge and Ken Griffey Jr. to Japan on what he called “a little weekend jaunt.”The trio went on a whirlwind three-day (more or less) trip to Tokyo, leaving from Seattle last Friday afternoon and arriving in Tokyo on Saturday night. They left for home on Monday evening around 6 p.m. Tokyo time — and because of the vagaries of Asia to North America travel, arrived back in Seattle at 9:30 Monday morning.The purpose of the trip was to promote the season-opening games in Japan between the Mariners and Oakland A’s, to take place March 28 and 29 at the Tokyo Dome. A’s manager Bob Melvin solely represented Oakland, while Yomiuri — which both owns the Giants and is helping present the games in Japan — requested that the M’s bring an additional person because this was their first time playing in the country. (You might recall that in 2003 — when Melvin was managing in Seattle — the Mariners had been scheduled to open in Japan, but the trip was canceled because of the Iraq war).Hevly said Griffey, now a Mariners consultant and still a big name in Japan, volunteered for the task. I asked him if there was any consideration given to having Ichiro involved in the promotion, for obvious reasons.“Ichiro is in Japan right now, and it wouldn’t have been a big deal to have him come, but that’s not what this event was set up to be,” he said. “The point was to have someone from our organization there to join with the managers to talk about the games. Ichiro is very focused on getting ready for the season, and it was nice not to disrupt his routine.”One of the highlights of the trip for the Mariners contingent was a clinic they attended on Sunday at the Yomiuri training site, about an hour outside Tokyo, for about 110 kids from around Japan.“That was terrific,” Hevly said. “The passion those kids have for baseball was really evident. The amount of energy from kids between 8 and 12 years old was amazing. They were very attentive. They want to be better.”Wedge and Griffey both offered tips on various aspects of baseball. Among the attendees were a group of 36 kids from Fukushima, which had been devastated by last spring’s earthquake and tsunami. They road a bus four hours to attend, and got a special “meet and greet” with Griffey and Wedge afterward, in which they received some Mariner gear the team had sent with the group. The other kids received memorabilia as well, and the Mariners posed for pictures with all the participants.“It was fun to see how excited they were,” Hevly said. “It’s a reminder how resilient kids are.”Griffey, who made several tours of Japan as a player, is still recognized wherever he goes. When the group went to see a sumo tournament, one glance into the car from the security detail got them waved in. And on the last day of their stay, when Griffey headed out of the hotel, there was a “mini-riot,” in Hevly’s words, as fans surged toward his car for one last crack at an autograph.“He’s definitely a big deal,” Hevly said.As for the main event, the press conference, Hevly estimated that there were “easily 200 people there. The hotel ballroom was packed. There were 12 or 13 TV cameras in back, 100 to 150 print reporters, and about 50 photographers. It was a big deal.”There’s not much English coverage I could find of the press conference other than this Associated Press story, which features a Griffey quote when asked about Ichiro (I have a feeling a lot of the questions were about Ichiro — at least the ones not about Hideki Matsui):“Ichiro is going to be fine, you can ask these two guys (Melvin, Wedge) if a guy had 184 hits they wouldn’t be complaining,” Griffey said. “But you are looking at a guy who is a special athlete. He had one hiccup in his career and come this time next year we won’t even be talking about this. He is going to come into this season determined and with a little fire.”Afterwards, they flew back — Griffey to his home in Florida, Hevly and Wedge to Seattle. And there was no rest for the weary — after heading back in time from P.M. to A.M., Wedge met with Jack Zduriencik at Safeco Field on Monday morning.

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