Eco Sant Angelo
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Eco Sant Angelo Barcelona
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... to catch up with friends that in some cases I hadn't seen for nine years. We drink, chat, eat, party, watch a movie and wander, and by Sunday I have trouble convincing myself that my journey goes any further than here. But it must, so it's time to pack my shepherdess costume before Sunday morning's high-speed train to ...
... with entry at 4 o'clock - effectively wiping out most of the day. Rather than waste time waiting in line we decided to cut our losses and moved on to the next stop on the Gaudi trail.
Finding Casa MilÓ
Casa MilÓ is also known as La Pedrera (the stone quarry) because of its rough fašade, which is reminiscent of an open quarry, Casa MilÓ was commissioned by the industrialist Pere MilÓ i Camps and his ...
... Tour later in the day. It’s crazy how large the entire structure will be when it is completed. The audio tour for Sagrada Familia probably lacked a few things, but it wasn’t at all helped by the fact that a number of parts were covered by scaffolding and the like. It was also not helped by the weather. In the end I did the whole thing backwards simply because I didn't want to go out in the rain.
After the ...
... of real statutes, people dressed up, some totally covered in gold or silver. They looked really good. I bet they were so hot though! We stopped at a stall selling fruit on the way and grabbed some fresh cut pineapple and melon, which was yummy and fresh. We knew where the general direction of the beach was but not the exact location so we just followed the main throng of the people also carrying towels and wearing bathers! When we actually reach the beach, we are astonished at ...
... near by and I am not sure why.
Catalan Art Museum
I thought that the outside of this building was more spectacular then the art inside. I usually enjoy photography and they had a temporary exhibit by Joan Colom a Spanish photographer who was famous in the 50’s and 60’s. His claim to fame was how he shot his subjects. He would hide the camera on his hip or under a jacket and take pictures of unsuspecting people. ...