Residencia Torre Girona
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... if you don’t fight for a spot you end up down the back of the bus somewhere, my stomach doesn’t cope very well with that….
The monastery is in the mountains of Montserrat, this monastery is considered to be Catalonia’s most important religious retreat hidden in the mountains. The views going up the windy road into the mountains was spectacular. When we got to the top, wow, what a view, it was ...
... put it into words. I would say that my trips to Guatemala, Ecuador, and Europe for the first time were eye opening. I wouldn't say the same about this adventure though, as that would imply that my eyes were previously closed. Instead, I would call it a deepening or broadening experience. I think that the world is made up of infinite perspectives and experiences, and the more of them we understand, the more fully we understand life in general.
... himself a satchel bag for going to work which is made from the colourful vinyl festival and cultural banners from around the city. We decided to throw his Haviana's in since he hasn't worn them and on the postage declaration we wrote a bag and thongs. The postal worker didn't speak or read any English and as pointing to our feet didn't work, Jus tried using Google Translate to get across to her what thongs are. He typed in thongs and it translated ...
... things about my previous trip to Spain with the family was the super late night dining. We walked around at 11:30pm looking for a restaurant and found a place a few blocks away. Fried bread with tomatoes and garlic, Spanish olives and pasta on the street with most of the other tables full until we left around 12:30.
The next morning we walked around until we found the Larson's house and met Josť who gave us the keys. We settled into their awesome house ...
... those "hop on, hop off" buses that allow you to go around Barcelona and get off at the places you want to explore and then get back on when you are ready. We get off the red line and onto the blue line so that we can go and see the Sagrada Familiar Cathedral (Basilica) designed by Gaudi and world renown. The Basilica is one of those places that is very hard to explain. It is very modern is so many respects but not so ...