Casa Rural Serena
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the van in and they said they couldn't see me for at least two weeks - Horror! So I pleaded, threatened tears, cajoled and rang Germany for help and support and finally I was told I could try the following Monday. Six days is a better wait than two weeks but the people in Valencia were quite clear that they were extremely busy and that if I took the van to them on Monday and they were too busy, they wouldn't do the work and I should have to return at a later date. ...
... looking down from her sanctuary. When we arrived some of us caught a tram up the next mountain, then we trekked up to visit an abandoned catholic hermit community built into the face of the mountain. The trek up was difficult, however the trek down when we had only a metre between the rock face and a 300 metre fall. It was a hair ...
... I've added a little video so you can hear their amazing voices. Sorry it's a bit shaky - my hand was getting tired from doing a couple of earlier ones. The light first thing in the morning and later in the evening is really wonderful - I don't think the photos do the place justice. Tomorrow we hit the road to Lourdes. Diane managed to ask the co-ordinator the important question - i.e. what's the story ...
... house at 6. It really did take a whole hour and a 5 minute backtrack to reach the bus meeting point. I've finally seen another part of town. One where no tourist and only locals seems to exist. So it's less pretty and historic, but may give me a better glimpse of life here. I was in the Eixample area. At the bus meetup point was where I meet Johannes and Axel. There was this open friendliness about them that caught my eye. Went to chat them up, and whatever that energy ...
... to move to the front and get good seats (on the ground, but we had a good view). I am not usually into these kinds of things, but they sounded incredible and I couldn’t believe how young they all were. The process to be a part of their choir group is so intense and practicing and rehearsals basically become their lives.
After the performance, we hiked up some of the mountain. I am starting to really love nature ...