Hostal Sant Sadurni D'Anoia

Address: Calle Sant Antonio 99 , Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the La Sagrada Familia area of Barcelona, is near Church of the Sacred Family (Templo Expiatorio de la Sagrada Familia), Barri de Gracia, Casa Macaia, and La Casa dels Músics.
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    Day 11

    A travel blog entry by mikaylalebo2 on Jun 27, 2015

    3 photos

    ... up getting French fries at a Chinese Restaurant who spoke only Spanish. Weird! The fries took a long time to cook, but were enjoyable! Ryan finally got back to the room! He bought an €100 guitar and told us he decided to play it in the metro for a little and made €3 in about 10minutes! Haha! We got ready for the night and decided to go on another Pub Crawl. It didn't start until 10:30pm so we had time to eat and get to the place. We took the metro back ...

    Gaudi, Saint Eulalia et al.

    A travel blog entry by peterconnor on Apr 21, 2015

    8 comments, 29 photos

    ... those times so much of the city's history and origins are recorded and determined by the cathedrals and those who patronize the religion and so on. And so to Saint Eulalia (Oo Lah Lia), the Patron Saint of Barcelona.

    At the age of 13 ( in 303) she was martyred for refusing to recant her Christianity under the persecution of Diocletian, the Roman Emperor. She was placed in a barrel with knives protruding on the inside and rolled down the street. After that her breasts ...

    Seville to Barcelona via Granada and Valencia

    A travel blog entry by bobrogers on Sep 06, 2014

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... the greatest tourist attractions in Spain along with Gaudi's,s cathedral which we will visit Friday. 2 million people visit annually and pay €15,40 for the privilege but it is worth it and so important to this city where unemployment tops 23%. Tonight we were entertained by a gipsy dance troupe after negotiating the lanes and alleys of the old quarter in Granada. This trip was an experience in itself in a minibus up and down winding lanes, past little squares and ...

    Psyched for Summer

    A travel blog entry by travelingtiara on Aug 30, 2014

    1 photo

    ... dancer!! So she already knew the best places in town and we danced and danced till our feet could take no more. At one point, after having danced with most of the Cubans in the bar, my partner, impressed with my dancing, asked me if I had learned to dance in Cuba. My answer? Yes, the Cuba in Buenos Aires. As it was, everyone assumed from my accent that I was Argentinean, and I had no desire to tell them ...

    On Catalonian Independence

    A travel blog entry by santillana95 on Jun 05, 2014

    1 photo

    ... relationship and desire for independence transcends the land itself, though Barcelona's layout reflects much of its history. With the people I spoke to, one on one, about Catalunya and its relationship to Madrid, metonymy for Spain and its constitutional monarchy, I noticed a recurring theme of love for a language and history that I personally do not foresee being broken any time soon. Granted, there were varying shades of patriotic fervor, correlating to the ...