AC Hotel Sant Cugat By Marriott
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... which to attach the baskets of grapes. Still very hard work though. We went from Manarola where the coach let us off, to the largest hamlet of Monterosso by ferry which had quite a nice beach again with shell grit sand on a dirt base but the sea was nice in which to swim so we were told. We had a wine tasting in the hamlet before having 1.5 hours to have lunch & do some shopping. Then caught the ferry again to another hamlet where we had a unique ...
Hoy, fui a un templo de la familia de Sagrada. Este templo es inconclusa y es un trabajo en progreso. Hay historia sobre este templo que una persona debe saber antes de llegar a este lugar magnifico. Cerca de las 1,800's, la ciudad de Barcelona tuvo ideas nuevas sobre cómo pudieron expandir a tener un templo majestoso. La construcción de este templo empezó en 1882 por Francesc de Paula Villar, ...
What an amazing day we had at the winery yesterday! Juanjo was so welcoming. The 2 hour train ride went in a flash. Watching the scenery outside the train was very entertaining. We followed the coastline majority of the trip on our left and on our right watched the towns and villages, vineyards and olive tree farms pass. I tried to take some photos but it never did it justice. Juanjo met us at the station and took us for another 30 minute drive to Batae ...
Our first real day of tour begins today with a visit to Monseratt with our local guide for the day, Amada. Left the hotel early to beat the crowds (again) and travelled about an hour out of Barcelona to the mountains. Had to travel up 700 metres along a skinny road (although it was a tarred road) to about 3/4 of the way to where the 11th century working monastery was. It was built in 1025 and the Benedictine monks still live and work there today. We also went into the church where ...
... boat, they tell us we have to see the market, the girls think of anything they can discuss to prolong their time together, by now their 13th goodbye since last night, and eventually we're strolling again.
On the way to the market Max flicks through the map and spies the Aquarium on the cover, so that's now all we're going to talk about for the next hour as we stroll down. In the Market I'm almost regretting ...