Hotel Serhs Sant Jordi
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Shuttle bus service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Serhs Sant Jordi Santa Susana
Travel Blogs from Santa Susana
... the apartment for a reviving cuppa and a snooze for some! The weather continued fine and sunny so we decided to promenade!! So much walking and so much to see. A great food/wine fair type thing outside the cathedral which was fun and interesting but you had to buy tickets to get a taste or a glass of wine and it all seemed to hard and the queues too long so we kept walking and found a bar that was good enough for sangria. ...
... umbrellas! The beach was about 88 degrees and the sand was on fire, so the umbrellas were a good idea! The boys went in the water, while Brooke and I tanned. We all fell asleep at the beach for awhile. It was a good relaxing day! We left the beach around 7pm and ate dinner near by. Although it was expensive, it was a nice meal. Brooke and I ate seafood paella, while the boys got claim pasta! After our fulfilling meal, we walked along ...
... anymore. The interior has been converted to a shopping centre so I didn't bother going in. On the outside there was a glass elevator which goes to the roof. I was almost going to brave it until I noticed the walkway between the elevator and the roof was glass/perspex and I decided I'd get a better view of the city climbing up to MNAC in the other side of the square. The Museau Nacional d'Art is on the other side of the square, but first there are a series of steps ...
... Pyrenean-Paradore-trifecta and this version was probably marginally of lesser standard and the town just didn't have the immediate appeal of the other places we've visited. It could also be that after three in-and-out one-night stands, a fourth was probably one too many.
Though we did find the town did rise in our estimation today after we wandered into the central area for a relaxed breaky only to find the narrow streets alive with a bustling market. It seems ...
That nagging feeling... You know the one, something's tugging at your mind, but you can't quite put your finger on what's wrong. I knew I was forgetting something, but I couldn't quite figure out what. The last time I went walkabout, I'd forgotten all my cables for my mobile, my laptop, my camera and more importantly, my iPod (other mp3 players are available). I was determined that this wouldn't happen again, so I checked, double checked, triple.... you get the ...