Hotel Catalonia Castellnou
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... at each other and shook our heads. He then gave us Mezcal shots for free and taught us the proper way to drink it. First you dip your finger in spice to prep your mouth for the smoky flavor and then you sip on the shot. After you’ve finished the whole shot we had slices of apple to suck on. I asked what the spice was…and shouldn’t have! You know the worm that’s in the bottom of bottles of tequila normally? Well, they’re also in the bottom of ...
... but how was I supposed to go to the toilet tonight? Well luckily there was a toilet opposite the room so that wasn't anything to worry about - before he left he gave one final tug and it miraculously opened. "Phew" I thought - so I quickly put my shoes in the way so that the door wouldn't slam shut again.
The next day I got up, gave the eclipse a miss due to the cloud, and placed the chair in front of the door ...
... made our way up the beach a little ways before heading towards the hotel again. On our way back to the hotel we searched for coffee or breakfast with little to no luck until we stumbled on a place a block from the hotel called Cafe Oasis. We ordered the special, a croissant and cafe con leche for two euro, and split a hot sand which called a tortilla Francesca that was a small loaf of French bread with a egg omelette rolled up on it. It was all very delicious. We got ready for the day ...
... Gaudi wanted the interior space to resemble a forest. Mission accomplished. We took the Passion Towers Tour. This gives us the opportunity to take a lift to the top of the tower, and either walk or take the lift down. We walked down. Overall, we spent over three hours in the "temple" as Gaudi referred to it. So spectacular.
We left the neighborhood of LSF heading off to find lunch; me weary and running ...
... our way back to the airport early and once we arrive in Alicante by plane have to somehow find our way to the La Manga resort to meet up with my cousin and auntie and uncle. This is the hardest part of our trip, owing to lack of information on Spanish bus and train services. Let's hope it all works out. After that we meet up with friends to spend five days before taking a train to Madrid and beginning the long haul back to NZ. This time next week we will be in Madrid.