Barcelona Hotel Colonial
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... I figure I picked up enough watching Sesame Street as a kid to count, exchange greetings and know the names of food nouns (very important). Except in this part of Spain the Catalan language (a dialect which is the official language of Andorra and a mix between French and Spanish) is spoken. Another curve ball..........cool!
Which brings me to my motto for next week's ride through the Pyrenees - ...
... wall that I'm assuming was built originally as some kind of protective boundary. Now it's open to the public free-of-charge. From the restored viewing towers along it's upper edge you can see to the first mountains of the Pyranese in the distance, with Girona in the foreground and every imaginable shade of red terra-cotta pasted over the rooftops. Dark, pretty women and red roof tiles - does it get any more Spanish?
The original idea was to ...
... destroyed it but the monks saved the vast library. It is this monastery perched on the top surrounded by rocks. It has fantastic views over the valleys. We got to touch the black Madonna and light a candle. Late for the bus and got our first clap. I wanted some special cheese and honey. Ate the honey and threw the rest. Then on to dinner and a flamingo show. Lots of sangria lately I was doing my own version of the dance. Back on the wagon after ...
... to Park Guell, the famous city garden designed by Antoni Gaudi. From the upper level are fabulous views of the city. When we come back to the van, some of us notice a dent/scratch not seen before.
The last stop on the tour is La Pedrera (the Stone Quarry), the apartment building John and I stumble onto our first night in the city. As Enrique is parking the van on the Passeig de Gracia, he proceeds to back into the vehicle parked behind him. Poor guy! We hope ...
... lay your clothes out flat, avoiding wrinkles. Having a divider also makes it easier for you to find what you are looking for and for customs to see your belongings.
Take time to prepare a folder of information to leave with a loved one or friend at home so that they can keep track of you. This should contain your credit card numbers, a copy of your passport and a copy of your itinerary with all contact information included.
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