Casa Rural Serena
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... and suddenly it was time to stop throwing the tomatoes- and amazingly people actually did stop! We laughed at how terrible we looked, took some more pictures with Kristy's waterproof camera and admired our new pink tops and shoes! We were saturated in tomatoes! And god the smell.. I think I will be off tomatoes for awhile!
After the food fight was over, we played catch the hose with about five different hoses, hoping desperately to ...
... but we made it. The views were breath taking. It was definitely a highlight. I believe we were 2000 metres above sea level, or it certainly felt like that! Tomorrow we head to Manressa, and the Barcelona. From there we head home. While it has been an amazing adventure, it will be nice to get home. Have a great day/night wherever you ...
... being included in our evening meals? Unfortunately our free wine with dinner has only been for the Spanish leg (as easier to negotiate a good price in Spain). In France apparently we'll have to buy our own! While I don't have a problem with that someone mentioned it could be 40 euro a bottle so Diane is saying she might stick to water. Let's see how we go, we have to get to France first. Lots of love, The ...
... long time before we would be eating next. While in queue, rain slowly descended upon us into a big downpour. Thunder and lightning followed. This short stairway of 5 stairs became a sediment-filled mini waterfall. Puddles were everywhere. The hamburguesa normal, plain hamburger, was muy delicioso! (Whoops, it's 8 and it's raining again. :( ) Rune had come by a few minutes ago to let me know that we were heading out with our new buddies at 9:30ish. The Spanish doesn't ...
... This mountain is literally in the backyard of Barcelona and is such a hidden gem. Climbing a mountain will never be something that I have the chance to just sporadically do on any given day. After such a fulfilling day, we headed back into Barcelona and had some sangria and pizzas. A bizarre combination, but I don’t think sangria will ever get old to me. We hung out here for a while and then went back to the apartment ...