Hotel Serhs Sant Jordi

Address: Avinguda del Mar, Santa Susana, Costa Brava, Catalonia, 08398 , Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Santa Susanna area of Santa Susana, is near Castell Medieval and Teatre Lliure.
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    Stunning Sagrada and Beautiful Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by benjon on Aug 02, 2015

    1 comment, 47 photos

    ... After lunch and gelato, we went to the Gothic Quarter (Barri Gotic) and saw a Gothic Cathedral, some markets, musicians and even a headless man (doing a trick). Then we had some yummy pastries (muffin, meringues and Xurros) for a snack and bought fans for Ben and Jon. Then we caught the train to the beach. Ben and Jon played on the beach and we bought dinner from the markets. We had empanadas (meat pies), fresh orange juice and chocolate churros for desert. What a great ...


    A travel blog entry by laylean on Apr 13, 2015

    15 photos

    ... of hard and soft, of gothic and modernity, of spontaneity and symmetry, of curves and sharp edges and yet it all made sense. We were just beginning to understand the deep symbolism of his vision, the recurrent theme of the trinity; the Holy Family, Faith-Hope-Charity, Nativity-Passion-Glory. Some of the smaller towers are topped by what looked like fruit but were depictions ...


    A travel blog entry by perri on Sep 22, 2014

    17 photos

    ... if I get up early. Oops......I guess we're off to a bad start! Alas I decided to get on the tourist bus and check out the sites. Barcelona is so huge that it was the only way for me to get orientated. So on and off I got all day. I saw the port and the beaches, the Olympic stadium, gaudi's architectural designs, universities, monestaries, churches, some amazing shops and a lot of very handsome men. ...

    Write about Gaudi's influence on Barcelona?

    A travel blog entry by mannykal on Aug 07, 2014

    5 photos

    Antoni Gaudi was a Spanish architect from the 19th Century, he was born in 1852 and deceased (passed away) in 1926 after being hit by a tram. His interest of modern and natural architecture helped him carve and shape many well known areas in Spain. Today, he is known world wide for his architecture and his unique originality. This ...

    Final Day in Barca! Viva Barca!

    A travel blog entry by jcdanovich on May 28, 2014

    8 photos

    ... I wandered around La Ribera and the Gothic Quarter for a few hours. First off, there was the main Catedral. I stopped by again just because it is at the heart of Barcelona. Next, I found a church dedicated to St. Peter. It was close to the Arch and was relatively "small." However, it did had high vaulted ceilings and a side chapel. One distinct feature was the dimly lit mosaic of Jesus above the altar. The third church I found was a major one, the Basilica ...