Catalonia Transit Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCatalonia Transit Hotel Lleida
This hotel is right at the station and as we travelled to Lleida by train it was very convenient. The staff were very helpful and pleasant. The room was spacious and very clean. The wifi was good. You just had to log in when necessary. It was only a short walk to the old town, shops and eateries. We highly recommend this hotel.
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... the intention of trying to make a fig pudding or maybe a jam! We will see what we can brew up with one pot and high heat. We set up camp for the evening up a small dirt road in a local hiking area and had the area to ourselves. Tomorrow we will begin our adventure into the Pyrenees Mountains! Say goodbye to the green pastures and gentle rolling ...
... they offered the white wine we had tasted earlier in the evening, we gave up any reservations, ordered a bottle, and settled in. Later in the evening, after we'd had our second bottle of the white, we calculated that those two bottles, the two we purchased earlier, the one from which we had tasted, and the one Jeff drank three years ago, all collectively accounted for more than 1-percent of the total production.
As we enjoyed our first glass of wine, ...
... every time he visits they have hosted him and shown him around. They invited us all to their winery for a personal tour and -- we later learned -- elaborate home-cooked Catalan lunch in their cellar. The brothers are members of the Pahi family, which has been making wine in the Priorat since 1611. Yes, 1611, on the same land. They have vineyards scattered across the Priorat, and up along the French border. They could not have been more hospitable. One ...
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We had the exact same kind of van as in Portugal -- a Mercedes Vito -- but this one had an automatic transmission. At first I thought this was a good thing, but I soon learned that a manual transmission was much preferable along hilly and windy roads. Whereas our van in Portugal, had been in great shape, this van had a considerable number of dings and dents all all four ...
... got us back on the proprty search. In town we spotted two other properties so went off to find the local agent. He spoke no English so the next hour or so were interesting. I'd asked about one place but he got the keys for another on the same street. One was very old and a big project. The second was fully renovated and very nice but too expensive. Then he showed a third, a new build flat. The search will continue....