AinB B&B Eixample-Muntaner
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... rice at them. The third excellent timing was an amazing concert under l'Arc de Triomphe. Though we did not understand the words, the horn section and the whole band was great. We enjoyed the most amazing chocolate drink - a cross between hot chocolate and dark pudding! A wonderful end to day one of what will surely be an exciting trip! My Spanish is coming back but the phrase "let's find the path to the platha de la conthepthion" is still a tongue ...
We met our guide Victor for what ended up being a private tour of the Medieval Mountain Village.
We stopped for breakfast of cold sausage, cheese, bread and pastries. We then went on an 8km hike through the mountains to a cliff and onto a waterfall. We walked for a couple of hours before ...
... the man wasn’t big into straight lines. We walked through all the floors, and went up onto the roof. That was nice because it was still early in the morning and the flies seemed to have taken the day off. It wasn’t life changing or anything, but I think that I would have regretted it if I hadn’t seen at least one of his 'masterpieces’. I think it’s one of those things that’s so hyped up and there’s a billion tourists everywhere but then ...
... but it only went for half an hour which was a bit of a shame. We then all went to a bar across the road called Jimmys. It was great fun, I recall the bathroom foyer being filled with a thousand different perfumes and deodorants to refresh which was funny. Everyone then hung out there until some ridiculous hour, I managed to get home nice and early at 3, via a delicious pizza run. To find out later today that many hadn't gotten home until 6am made me feel ...
... gate with a dragon design (the dragon slain by Hercules as part of his Labours, to continue the Herculean theme).
Next we headed to Gracia to get some lunch. Our first choice was closed, too, but that's not much of a problem in the district so we wound our way through the streets to Placa de la Vila de Gracia. We've had drinks and snacks at Las Euras several times but by now we were plenty hungry enough for the menu del dia, which ...