Address: RC N-340 Km.1172 , Catalonia, 43008, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Jet Set @ Sitges

A travel blog entry by superzoom on Aug 07, 2011

7 comments, 39 photos

... party and fun on every street in downtown, which I could easily confirmed.

Sitges was the fashion place to be in the 1890’s when there were many artists around here, and since the 1960’s it has become an important touristic spot in the area. Since 2008 this city is also the most expensive municipality in Spain, so you can imagine what we are talking about!

The long ...

Day trip to Sitges

A travel blog entry by jane.keeves on May 27, 2011

37 photos

... the views, we made a bad decision on a restaurant - a very disappointing lunch - white asparagus (out of a tin!) for starters and it didn't get much better after that. Richard spent the whole time on his i-phone writing a review for TripAdvisor!!! Even the wine was disappointing - it tasted like water - we didn't even drink it, that's how bad it was!!! We did make a comment to the waiter that we didn't think it was very good and he came back later to tell us that it was "fine" ...

Architecture and Art

A travel blog entry by simonharris on Oct 22, 2008

... and frescoes, but by the end of the 19th century vandalism and the elements had deteriorated them so much that they had to be saved. Using a process known as strappo, they were removed from their original sites and can now be viewed at the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya (MNAC) on Montju´c in Barcelona and the Museu Episcopal in Vic. Both these museums also contain wonderful collections of Catalan Gothic art, which dates from the late 13th to the early 15th ...


A travel blog entry by simonharris on Oct 12, 2008

... to the whole peninsula. 821 BC - The Romans oust Hannibal and his Carthaginians from Catalonia and make their capital first in Emp˙ries and later in Tarraco, modern Tarragona. They divide the Peninsula into two: Hispania Citerior (more or less modern Catalunya) and Hispania Ulterior (the rest of the Peninsula). 200-100 BC - The Romans build the Via Augusta road, which connects Southern Spain with Rome. The political and ...

The Catalan Language

A travel blog entry by simonharris on Oct 10, 2008

1 comment

... French and Italian words, parlar, parler, and parlare respectively, however, are rooted in the Vulgar Latin term parabolare. Furthermore, Catalan is a pure Latin language with no Arabic sounds, unlike Castilian which was influenced by the Moors for 800 years, meaning that around 15% of Castilian words are of Arabic origin. For example, all Spanish words that begin with 'al' (alcachofa - artichoke, alfombra - carpet) have an Arabic root ...