El Montanya Resort & Spa
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... in Barcelona have been the huge La Merce ones that shut Via Laietana for about 6 hours during the September festival. However there are smaller ones and those in the city centre often use the narrow and claustrophobic alleys and small squares that make the Barri Gotic so appealing to many people. Today's parades were due to begin from the Ajuntament and we positioned ourselves strategically to get a good view. As you would expect, it was children ...
... church they've ever seen. Last night we popped into a church built in 1329 to hear a choir rehearsing. The kids got to hear with their own ears the beauty of gothic arches inside a cathedral and to see the unbelievable (by modern standards) labor and attention given to a single building.
It's been a busy day in Barcelona and our challenge for tomorrow is to see one last museum before we hop a train back to Valencia. Thanks for leaving comments--we miss our friends back ...
... this to get over to Sagrada Familia...which is where the crowds were hiding. We didn’t have too long of a wait to get in, but it was very worthwhile even with a wait in line. This basilica was designed and started by the architect Gaudi. It has been under construction for over a century but isn’t completed yet. It’s a modern, Gothic-style building and is very impressive. It is extremely ornate ...
... We caught the bus into the city where we met Lissa and Steve. So good to see them! We walked along the streets to the flat they're staying and then found somewhere to eat. We popped into a restaurant down a little alleyway. It was quite cool, the guy showed us how to 'eat' our bread. First he pealed some garlic then rubbed it over the toast. Then he grabbed a tomato, cut it in half, then rubbed that all over ...
... I grabbed cheap paella and a dürum (the döner's less attractive cousin). We then went for a ninja nap (Brie, Nicole, and I) while the others went to a pub/bar. We left for the airport at 2:15, and once we got there it was all over. We all fell asleep on our backpacks leaning against the check in counters. It was a long weekend, ending with an unnecessary taxi ride back to campus, and we spent far too much. But it was the bomb. Fershure. ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet