Sant Cugat Hotel & Restaurant
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... is the port for travel to Rome at 0800. Off on the coach for our trip "off the beaten path- Hilltop towns,exploring region of Tuscania. Left the highway about 45 mins, then followed quite narrow roads until we came to Tarquinia, a very old medieval town dating back to 7BC. Walking up the cobblestone streets was interesting passing some very quaint little shops until we came to very old cathedral & ruins plus the old city wall. Interesting little ...
... es muy cordial, relajada, y amable. En el futuro, cien por ciento regresaré a Barcelona porque la atmosfera es muy chulo con gente que es amabilísima.
Today, I went to the Sangrada family temple. This temple is unfinished and is a work in
progress. There is history about this temple that a person should know before
arriving to this magnificent place. Around the ...
... gunna be up all night with some kind of food poisoning' but we should never judge to early. The food was like no other! The standard would be that of a top restaurant back at home and it is sad that that is not our standard level of service and food! I had veal that melted in your mouth and Jordan had confit duck that fell off the bone with ease. So many times we would order that at home and the veal would be tough and the duck would be dry. They were ...
... pics and also visited Gaudi's La Familia church which he started to build in 1882 but never got finished as he ran out of money and relied on charity to continue to build. Gaudi's got hit by a car and died at age 79 but he had plans to finish the church and those plans still being followed but only by charity so will probably never be finished. It depicts the Nativity Scene and has been added to over the years by other peoples interpretation of the plans he left. A really ...
... There's a mediterranean exhibit, but almost everything else looks very familiar to the untrained eye. Since we're in the port we opt for seafood tapas by the water - my first real tapas in Spain, delicious. Prawns, Squid, Chorizo, Cheese - I feel like maybe we're having all the cliche'd dishes, the Sui Mai and Har Gow of tapas - but its delicious!
We stroll back up from the port and head further north this ...