Hotel Sagrada Familia
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Sagrada Familia Barcelona
Hotel itself ok, room is run down and not too clean
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This morning we got to sleep in for the first (and only) time! We walked from our hotel to the famous cathedral still under construction designed by Antoni Gaudi, "Basilica De La Sagrada Familia". It is an amazing masterpiece and is not scheduled to be completed for another 11 years. Definitely a sight to return for! In the afternoon Beth went on a …
... to dance Flamenco style in front of everyone. After a long, action-packed day, it was a good way to end the day. Once the show was over Jose brought us all back to our hotel with the awesome wifi. As everyone worked on repacking their suitcases, we all are coming to the realization that this adventure is coming to a close. Just as I was getting ready for bed, I received the saddest news of all. Not only was this Mediterranean Traditions adventure coming to ...
... knew where to go, we only just arrived when a porter arrived with a cart to take the bags, we waltzed straight through security and on to the ship. We were in our cabin in less than 30 minutes of arriving at he railway station. That does not happen every day The rest of the day was fairly leisurely, met up with. Peter and. Jennifer and. Janelle and. Paul and spent the afternoon unpacking and orienteering. France ...
... Since we really didn't have lunch, Matt tucked into 2 servings of pastini followed by numerous chocolate muffins and jelly and that was before we had our formal dinner later that night. Kids had a swim in the pool and cruised around checking everything out. We had prime spots by the pool for the sail away party as we sipped on a Mojito as we cruised out of the Barcelona port. Cruise is very relaxing very easy compared to the last few weeks. Next stop back to France ... ...
... of a mother and child in a cave thought to be Mary & Jesus. Pilgrims began to visit the area. A Madonna and child statue was created for a church that was built there - Benedictine Monks set up a Monastery to provide support to pilgrims. Over time candles lit near the Madonna sent her darker in colour. She became known as The Black Madonna - so it was decided not to clean her as people expected to see her black, so they painted ...