Sant Cugat Hotel & Restaurant
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... hit a boiling point. Scores of men wearing Barcelona jerseys would walk the streets screaming their fight song. Riding through metro turned into a screaming contest as we joined fans singing the fight song and emphatically banging our hands on the car doors and windows.
Game time. Every bar and restaurant was over flowing with about 50 people standing outside. The sidewalk was shoulder-to-shoulder standing room as radios ...
... the white dress blowing in the wind. Seems the 10 million men on the street with cameras didn't mind her being up there either. After the huge shopping spree we had at Hard Rock Cafe, the fruits, and veggies might have been more entertaining. So, on to today. Our fabulous alarm went off at 6:15 this morning. Meeting the group for our tour at 8:00. Ran up for breakfast to beat the crowd getting off today. Obviously 3000 people were in no hurry to face ...
... in Stuttgart at 1am on Thursday and Slept on an airport floor until my flight... but still I don't give myself the right to complain about that !)
We started the sight seeing after dropping bags off at the hostel and grabbing breakfast.. first stop being the Sagrada Familia; an absolutely stunning church not more than a 10 minute walk from our hostel! The rest of the day was spent walking/metroing around the ...
My second favourite Gaudi Building – which we visited on our last full day in Barcelona – and was called the Casa BatllÚ – and was a house, but not for the Guell's. I really liked this house, because, instead of just having an audio guide to show you around and fill you in on information… It also had a visual guide. Which was like a Samsung smartphone, but it had been modified so that the home screen was a bunch of ...
... century, when it was decided to unite the church (existing from the 5th century) housing the remains of St. Cucuphas (Catalan: Sant Cugat) to an annexed fortification. The monastery started to the expand its possessions from the 10th century onwards. In 985, it was damaged by an attack of Muslim troops led by al-Mansur Ibn Abi Aamir. In the late 11th century, count Ramon Berenguer II of Barcelona decreed that the monastery would ...