San Sebastian Playa Hotel

Port Alegre 53, Sitges, Catalonia, 08070, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sitges

Gay-spotting

A travel blog entry by dennis.deneuto

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... to the clanging of the bells, and wishing i had remembered to pack my sunglasses. There are some good-sized boats here, and judging by the number flying the spanish flag, there are still some people in spain with money despite the economic crisis.

Sitges itself is pretty rather than imposing. Lots of small white buildings huddled along the coastline, separated by narrow winding streets that invite exploration. There is no feeling of big malls or corporatisation ...

Gaudi, Orwell and The Elephant Man

A travel blog entry by rachnits

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Work began in the 1880’s, Gaudi took over as architect in 1884 and currently only 8 of the planned 18 towers are complete. Even in its incomplete state it is breathtaking in its magnitude, both inside and out. Despite being 10 towers short, it reaches high into the flawless Mediterranean sky depicting scenes of the birth and passion of Christ with sculptures that were modelled in plaster using live ...

Catalonia Day 3

A travel blog entry by a.baker.abroad

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Not much for day 3 as it was a super relaxing day. We spent the morning and half the afternoon relaxing in Sitges by the beautiful beach, had a swim, had some lunch and just enjoyed some downtime. Mid afternoon we headed off to Tarragona which is a seaside city south of Barcelona where we explore more roman ruined. These ones were in really good condition in sections. Then checked into our final, and nicest (5 star!!) hotel. We had dinner as a group then headed out separate ways, ...

Barcelona weekend trip

A travel blog entry by cloris.long

... walls in a nice Roman city, not dissimilar to Segovia [although Segovia, with the aqueduct is nicer]. We have dinner in a typical Catalan restaurant.Sunday – an exhausting day; we sleep in, then do a Gaudi walking tour, pick up tickets to Palau Guell [free on the first Sunday of the month – lucky us], go to Park Guell, visit the Palau [it was nice to actually see the interior design of the genius Gaudi, not just admire the exteriors of ...

SHARING & LOVING BARCELONA WITH CUBANS

A travel blog entry by kathandsheila

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... no straight lines, just colourful intriguing shapes and colours. Modernistic and fanciful, his materpiece, still not finished today is the huge cathedral- Sagrada Familia. Their is a local joke which refers to someone taking too long to complete a task/job..."What do you think you are building the Sagrada Familia? When are you going to finish it?"
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Port Alegre 53, Sitges, is near Museu Romantic ("Can Llopis"), Baqueira Beret, Museu Maricel, and Museu Cau Ferrat.
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