Hotel Cal Batlle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... aspect with multitude of rock formations which are visible from a great distance. The mountain is composed of strikingly pinkconglomerate, a form of sedimentary rock. Montserrat is Spain's first National Park. The black Madonna, or black Virgin is housed at the abbey. It is a statue of Mary where she is depicted with dark skin. This was created in the medieval period. The statues are mostly wooden but occasionally stone, often painted black. Back to hotel ...
... is! Such beautiful details! There are plenty of gothic hidden jems in the alleys surrounding the Catedral. Also many enterprising street performers. Heard a particularly beautiful sound from one group in particular (see pic) Then I wandered down to Placa Reial and the lower portion of La Ramblas. It is a wide boulevard tourist street with many street performers and booths for buying trinkets. The human statues ...
... what to do since we´d given up hope for sleeping in the room. We then decided to grab our blankets etc and move into the common room where the other Israeli girl had already set up camp. The hostel workers asked what we were doing and we explained everything. They said that we could lock the common room door and sleep on the bean bags. I asked if the guy was checking out tomorrow so that we could sleep better tomorrow night. He checked and no luck. The three of us ate some ...
... in our passports. We stopped at a gas station where we could see the mountain of Montserrat in the background and were very refreshed at how cheap Spain is. A cerveza at the gas station for 65 cents and food at similar prices to Canada. We had a driving tour of Barcelona as soon as we arrived, with stops near the Olympic stadium overlooking the city and a photo-op in front of la Sagrada Familia, which will be touched on more in the next ...
... ear plugs! I found consuming a glass or two (or four) of local Cava prosecco or Tempranillo tends to help!
So Spain... here we are in the land of tapas and bull fighting, flamenco dancing, beautiful beaches and sangria. A little earlier in the season I am sure the beaches would be absolutely swamped with vacationers and sun seekers, but for now it seems there is no shortage of tourists in the cities (so much for "low ...