AC Hotel Sant Cugat By Marriott
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... we were expecting to see people who looked like Mexicans. Barcelona looks like what we imagine much of New York will look like. We went rested up and went to dinner after 9pm, to a restaurant in the nearby square that we found last night. We shared one litre of Sangria and had a single course meal for 37 euro. We found ourselves sitting next to an Australian couple, Glen and Tracy, and enjoyed chatting with them, felt like we had known the for years, such that we lost track of ...
On one of the days, we went on the train (it was the only time we actually went on a train. Usually we walked everywhere or caught the metro). The difference between the train and the metro is the metro only goes underground, whereas the train goes underground and above ground [if you didn't know]) to Colonia Guell, a village which was owned by the Guell's, a very rich family from the late 1800's to the early to early-mid 1900's.
Gaudi only designed ...
Sant Cugat has become an affluent suburb of Barcelona due to its location (only 20 kilometres from the city), its natural surroundings, and its pedestrian shopping area. Sant Cugat is also a political stronghold for conservative Catalan nationalism, with Convergència i Unió dominating the town's politics. Sant Cugat has seen its population increase in recent years, with more births than bigger cities like Barcelona (2004). It ...
... a 20 minute walk from where I am staying to get to the Plaza d'Espanya so I can pop along there anytime. At the moment I am like a kid in a lolly shop and don't know what to try next. My flathost is working nights and sleeping days at the moment so I haven't had a chance to talk with him, and I have just been taking care of my basic needs like food and rest and cups of tea until I feel comfortable about striding out into the big city that is ...
... and was so refreshing for me. As we made our way to the cathedral, we stumbled upon a few other Gaudi buildings.If you aren't already familiar with his work, do a quick Google Image search. I assure you that you won't be disappointed. The man was brilliant.
The Cathedral itself was literally one of the coolest buildings I have ever been inside. The outside, of course, is magical, but the inside is just phenomenal. The light play with ...