Amister Art Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
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... tonight. I liked them very much. Ali was an atheist and Achmed was a believer in something out there. They both wanted us to know they did not like ISIS. Then it was 11:00pm and we had to be on our way. Now October 9, from Marette Wow, how can I tell you how much I love the Spanish cafe con leche?? We went to the market this morning and bought coffee and milk and wine for the apartment, but wow, oh, yum, cafe con leche. Bring it on! Note to book club: we won't have to ...
... boho chic crowd. A stark contrast that works beautifully. The city was bustling (but in a low key casual kind of way) until late into the evening. I could see myself being happy in this uber cool place. And with a population of 200000 (16000 within the city walls) it wasn't so overwhelming . So we spent some time in the Palace of the Popes (the actual popes lived there for 67 years before going to the Vatican!!). That was very impressive, and was really the ...
... but it drops you on the right side of town, just after you cross the river and come around a roundabout (which harboured a dozen or so Cattle Egrets).
The last time we tried to get to the nature reserve at the mouth of the Llobregat we arrived at the gates a few minutes after the unusually early closing time. The reserve opens late (by British standards, at least) which means that the times when wildlife is easiest to spot ...
... III, arguably one of the worlds best and most famous. Yeah, well it was okay. Pretty enough. The shore was rocky, and sand nice enough, but pretty shelly. Interestingly enough, topless bathing is popular here, one in twenty girls top free, and maybe one in a hundred fully free. It wasn't all as glamorous as you might think though, some bits hanging low, wobbling to and fro, and some free range sausage gently blowing in ...
... to Montserrat, this astonishing monastery in the mountains. "Montserrat" means "serrated mountains" in Spanish, and that's pretty accurate. This monastery is set waaaaay high in the mountains, accessible only by a swinging (i.e. pants-wetting) cable-car ride.
We wandered the mountain paths, marvelled at the jaw-dropping cliffs (our guidebook helpfully suggested to "stay the hell away from the cliff edges") and watched ...