AC Hotel Sant Cugat By Marriott
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... construction in 1882 and has yet to be completed. Most of the interior is completed and only 8 out of 18 spires are visible on the exterior. The interior resembles a forest with colourful lights streaming from the stained glass windows. You really feel over whelmed at the site of what Gaudi created with his vision and creativity. We had our first gourmet meal this evening. We ...
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 ...
... 12:30am up La Rambla (the beautiful boulevard ) which at this stage was teeming with people, a group of women ran up to Bruce and Andrew and started hugging them etc.! Andrew had his hand firmly on his wallet in his pocket but sadly not on his phone. As soon as we got home he realised his phone was missing. Because of its size he has always found it difficult to get out of his pocket - not these women!!!! It put a real dampener on the evening. Plenty to do tomorrow to sort that ...
... so we walked around down by the waterfront. The dinner was very good. I had fried brain segments and veal with vegetables. Franci had Turbo. Today we went to the Palace of Cantalan Music. It is an incredible concert hall built in the 1900's by a modernistic architect. It is remarkably beautiful. We even got to listen to a rehearsal. The acoustics ...
... for the Olympics.
We also spent some time at an Olympic Museum which had small displays on all the sports and Spain´s success in them. There was alittle bit on rugby claiming the All Blacks had never been beaten and they did the haka ¨dance¨ to intimidate opponents.
Then we visited the old castle high on the hill overlooking the city and port via a cable car which stopped just after we got off it.
We finished the ...