LK Hostel Consell de Cent
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... The statue is very small and sits behind the altar and can barely be seen from the pews, but you can go behind the altar to where she's located to touch the globe she's holding.
I've said many times in this blog that words cannot do justice to certain things we've seen, some of which have been man made...but this mountain and Ronda were God-made and their beauty is beyond descriptions and pictures don't capture their sheer beauty.
... our flip flops and into something a bit more nice. After changing into what we could, the three of us left to the club, known as Opium, with a big group of people from our hostel. We danced all morning long, not entirely sure where we were, and ended up getting back to our hostel at 5:30 AM. Holy cow! Karliana was somehow already connected to the wifi before we arrived at our room and we collapsed in the hallway laughing at the message she had received while we were out. ...
... potatas bravas, bread – the works - and sat scoffing for ages! The food was incredible – totally unlike anything you get back home, even in Spanish restaurants. We sat chilling in the sunshine, ordering extra drinks, listening to the bells of a nearby church chime and watching the turtles….it was bliss!
After a couple of hours, we decided to head back out into the city, and jumped on the orange tour bus line. This one took us out to ...
... point in the future.
Another day at sea ensued and we played a few trivia games at the bar, saw The Great Gatsby at the theater and, big surprise, visited the buffet!
This is a relatively remote port in France and getting to the sights required some train travel. We were feeling lazy and joined an excursion to Aix-en-Provence, a typical French town. While on the bus we noticed some snow flurries, this was the first time ...
... can tell, it feels straight out a movie. After walking through Barri Gótic we wound up in the neighborhood called El Born. It is very bohemian with funky shops and cafes. We grabbed a quick bite to eat at a delicious little tapas place called Ionja de tapas. The food here was perfect and the red sangria was even better. From there, more walking....down to the the beach. This, for the both of us, was the ...