Barcelo Monasterio de Boltana
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... out to dinner. After dinner, I went home super exhausted. What a great day!
IT IS SO COLD HERE. I was DYING yesterday. It was probably around 60 degrees, but the wind was SO STRONG. It felt like a Chicago winter. Super jealous of my friends in ATL probably wearing shorts and flip flops, while I'm wearing a peacoat. It also was rainy all weekend. Hopefully it isn't cold and rainy during Pilar!
... d’autre à faire ici à par le parc. Bon… on fait quoi? On réorganise nos affaires? Finalement, nous en avons profité pour se mettre à jour côté nouvelles, ce qui n’était pas une mauvaise chose finalement!
Rendu vers l’heure du dîner, un dégagement s’annonce. On décide de partir vers le parc et de se lancer à l’aventure. Quelle bonne idée! La randonnée que nous avons faite ...
... It's super small, like a ghost town, and absolutely beautiful. We ate dinner and had some more free time until 11 PM. I ate a chocolate crepe at a cafe and we watched the stars.
We woke up the next morning, ate breakfast, and went on a hike. We went to a waterfall/swimming area, where we were given the option to swim. The water was FREEZING. Some kids dove right in, but I only got as deep as my hips. We then hiked a little bit more (completely uphill, I ...
... the Pyrenees. Last time I had been that high was Mulhacen and it was more crowded than a tapas bar. They say height doesn't matter in mountaineering but prominence certainly does. It's not often you can look down on absolutely everything. It's the most exciting and the most peaceful place I've been.
Take a look at the pictures. For once I do feel that they come close to capturing the scale and mood of the places we visited.
... so jump starting the bike would be tough.
3-2-1. I hit the starter button and the engine fired! Praise the Lord! A half hour later we rolled through the construction barricades on our street and made it to the house. Once we got inside, we dropped everything, peeled off our gear and opened a bottle of wine from the region. It was the end of another long but challenging day in our ongoing adventure.