Sansi Diputacio Hotel
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... interesting history of Barcelona and the church. Of course there were more Polish people, I swear 50% of tourists to Spain are Polish and the other half are Aussies!!! That night I went to see a concert at the Palau de la Musica Catalana (unfortunately not in the concert hall). There was a singer, guitarist and double bassist. Their music was an interesting variety of Arabic, Mediterranean, Sephardic and flamenco. I was pleasantly surprised by the ...
... the country and I was able to read most of my book. We had a switch at Figueres after 5 hours, and then got on a quick 1hr train to Barcelona! We checked into our hostel which is really nice, and then grabbed some dinner (mussels and paella). Tonight there is a beach party, and we're thinking of hitting a flamenco show and the zoo this week!! Sounds exciting ...
... to describe and the photos don’t really convey the size and complexity of the design. It’s hard to believe it’s not finished yet, and will be at least another 13 years. They’re hoping to have it completed in 2026, on the 100th anniversary of the death of Gaudi (he died in 1926 after being struck by a Tram, and is interred in the Basilica).
It was a bit warm and humid inside, but not too uncomfortable. There were ...
... colors are heavenly. Downstairs under the basilica is a museum with artifacts and plaster models of the Sagrada. GaudI didn't use drawings but models as he wanted to see exactly how the arches, etc. were actually going to work. All the while men were working all over the towers. It supposedly will only be 10 more years until it is complete. Gaudi put clumps of fruit on top of the towers as offerings of the bounty of nature to ...
... us, just far too much for two, and we are good eaters. Oh a word of caution in Spain people don't eat until 10pm as a general rule so most restaurants don't open until late.
The next morning it was time to hit the road again, first was another delicious breakfast and we were still the only people staying here so had the breakfast room to ourselves. This morning we also met Joseph, Magda's husband and he told us a little bit of the history ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility