San Sebastian Playa Hotel

Address: Port Alegre 53, Sitges, Catalonia, 08070, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Port Alegre 53, Sitges, is near Museu Romantic ("Can Llopis"), Museu Maricel, Baqueira Beret, and Museu Cau Ferrat.
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    Travel Blogs from Sitges

    DAY 8: Wednesday, 10 September

    A travel blog entry by calogie on Sep 10, 2014

    ... here so we popped our heads in and met a lovely agent, Lara, who was very helpful. We told her what we wanted, she told us abit about the local market, and then we looked at a few properties on her screen and shortlisted three to see. She's going to line that up for us while we are here. We continued on through the Old Town and came across another agent. Pudd liked one of the properties in the window so in we went and repeated the process, this time with Michael. ...

    Barcelona Day 4

    A travel blog entry by penguinchris on Sep 21, 2013

    126 photos

    ... that unusual to meet wild beasts and monsters at festival time, though.

    One of the nice things about the cultural groups in Tarragona is that lots of them make and sell their own T-shirts and they make both attractive and practical souvenirs. There is always a special one for Santa Tecla and of course any organisations celebrating important anniversaries tend to produce one too. You can by them from the municipal theatre on Rambla Nova. We made sure that ...

    Barcelona - in amongst it all

    A travel blog entry by rhogrefe on Jul 14, 2013

    7 photos

    ... It's a couple of sqr Kim's of narrow cobblestone streets filled with shops, cafes, bars restaurants and the odd massive church.
    We decided no map was required and opted for the random stroll thru the hundreds of little streets - brilliant.

    Afterwards we hit the La Boqueria markets for a bit to eat of fresh caught ...

    Human Towers and Roman Sewers

    A travel blog entry by tomoandgreg on May 12, 2013

    23 photos

    ... how advanced in technology and culture they were comparing to how Japan was in the same era.

    Next stop, Picasso museum. They apparently showcase mostly his early artworks. I LOVE Picasso's early works (and I don't really care for his later works and the whole cubism stuff, to be honest), so I was really looking forward to it. But, well...bad news. There was an unbelievably long queue, and unfortunately we couldn't wait for 2 hours in line where I ...

    The trip I thought would be warmer than it was...

    A travel blog entry by evelyncurry on Nov 22, 2012

    1 comment, 36 photos

    ... building sitting on top of a hill, overlooking the city. We didn't want to spend all the sunshine inside, so we looked at the main collection only.
    We got back on the bus, which took us down by the port and the sea front. I thought about stopping at the beach, but Zeus pointed out that as windy as it was on the bus, it would probably be all the more windy and chilly by the water. We got out near some restaurants and had some lunch. I had some prawns and Zeus had some goat ...