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H Top Apartments Santa Susanna Barcelona Reception
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The Reception of Apartments Santa Susanna.

Next to the sea and the attractive promenade of Santa Susanna . Very close to the tourist and commercial centre. Its structure and services distribution creates a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere.

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Uploaded: 26/05/2009
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