Hotel Serhs El Montanya
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... at the right moments. It shows Barcelona in the 1800's & Gaudi's imagination & designs & whist they are like when built. It was cheaper than the park & you got to see all his most family's works. So back to town on the bus route. Stuck downstairs & Grant is falling asleep. He says he can't stand the bus after 11 hours yesterday. After getting off at catalunya again we walk around looking in shops & at buildings & squares. It's a top up ...
... and decided to stay in Montpellier. Hostels seem too expensive though so I tried out AirBNB. I´ve now organised to stay with a French woman called Valerie in my own private room in Montpellier for $26 a night which is much better than the $35 a night for hostels. It also means I will get a bit of a different experience. I went to bed kind of late last night after chatting to some Israeli girls. Finally, I´m socialising in the hostel! In bed at 11.30pm. playing on my phone ...
... de la Santa Creu i de Sant Pau ie: Sant Pau Hospital. This is where Gaudi died after being hit by a tram. It was a working hospital till about 4 years ago, and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The hospital complex is a walled city within a city. The architect wanted the patients and their families to be in a beautiful location. The extensive planned gardens influencing and improving the micro-climate, tiling adding character and vitality to the ...
... Nearly lost my pants when relieved of my belt by a Tutonic efficiency expert (security). Wanted to make totally inappropriate comments, but Mary Ann would not allow it. Barcelona airport, all sunshine, glass and happiness. Off season I think it must be at about 25% capacity. Amazing ride to our hotel, in a Skoda taxi, with a non-English speaking driver, who gave us a running commentary in Catalan. Great hotel, 400 year old building recently renovated, with a walk in shower (and ...
... amazing, his use of nature in all its perfection enabled him to turn nature into a grand basilica. From the outside it looks like a grotto and from the inside something out of an undersea Avatar. Here is my original post.
I went to see the three masterpieces of the architect Antonio Gaudi (1852 - 1926) His designs are pure genius and the most beautiful buildings I've ever seen. The cathedral (still under construction 100 years after his death) ...