Nisia Bed & Breakfast
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... stairs with a friend to go to the airport. We found out last minute that we could not catch the metro and then there was no way I was going to catch my flight by the time I arrived. I ended up changing my flight for two; which was simply impossible without more money. I am now in Barcelona from Madrid and I will soon be in Paris with a few lessons for you.
1. Take chances. This one is up to you. Every day may ...
... of Catalonia and Aragon are buried here.
There was not much of interest on the second floor. We spent the better part of 1.5 hours inside.
We deserved another coffee so had one on the monastery grounds [2.85E]. I suggested Europeans need to have larger coffees. Daniel suggested Italians gripe espresso portions in the rest of Europe are too large. Guess you can't please everyone.
Went behind the monastery to take some photographs from ...
... people. We love everything Mother Nature has to offer us but most especially the water. It doesn't matter how small a body it is, we love it...BUT throw in the sounds of waves crashing on a beach and the chatter from seagulls, and we are done-good to go. Today was no different. The Mediterranean was as blue as blue could be with waves rising to the perfect crest before breaking into a fierce whitewash that threatened to take you off your feet if you ventured ...
... Saturday days are market day in Seu d'Urgell so we were somewhat lucky to strike this colourful event. While some of the produce is similar to an Aussie market, there is a distinct difference and it's not just because that it's located in the narrow and ancient lane ways creating a characteristic old world vibe.
Some of the produce is quite strange. I have never seen a stall with such an array of cheeses. I have never seen jamon and other meats hanging in the air ...
At the end of my previous blog I mentioned that the next morning I would be flying to Spain, my final European country for the next few months. In Dublin I'd returned to the hostel I stayed at previously for one reason - it was €10 night and they offer a free bus to the airport which is normally €6. The hostel (Paddy's Palace) itself is pretty bad and I'd advise staying elsewhere if you're visiting Dublin. But free airport bus! My time at the airport was uneventful other ...