Eurohotel Diagonal Port
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... to visit the Queens room for a well earned afternoon tea. Amazing place with wall to wall scones and jam! Informal night tonight for dinner. We will also be joining a new table of 10 people for dinner (courtesy of our new friends Roy and Shirley who insisted we join their table). We will let you know tomorrow if this was a good decision or not! Due to set sail at midnight. Bye for now, Sue and ...
... navigated a very narrow rode that twisted and turned, taking us up above the cloud line to the very top of the jagged mountains. Montserrat means saw-toothed or serrated mountain, and the rocky peaks do resemble the jagged edges of a saw.
On top of Montserrat is the Benedictine abbey, Santa Maria de Montserrat, and the Basiica of Santa Maria de Montserrat where the statue of the Virgin of Montserrat is displayed. ...
... 2 passports, 2 wallets, a phone, cash and some jewellery between the four if my memory serves) I was reminded of Spain's reputation for theft and thought I must be more careful as it had been easy to be lulled into a sense of security in the warmth of Ireland (obviously I mean the people, both local and travelling, not the temperature!). When I finally said farewell to the guys and got back to my hostel at 11:30 I found out that my conviction to be more careful with my possessions ...
... my shirt AND my bra; one landed on my head (a mass of hair fell out); and one landed on my chest. It hurt like you wouldn't believe. That was the end of Correfoc for me.
I'm not sure the origin of Correfoc and most people here don't know it. Some have said it's to scare off the devil, but I mean come on, there has to be a better way to do that!
On the bright side, I found a lovely pharmacist and learned how to say, "The devils ...
... we decided we'd come back at a quieter time to see the inside. We visited the Picasso Museum, supposedly the most popular museum in Barcelona. I came to the conclusion that I don't like his stuff much. I could have spent more time at the Museum of the History of Catalonia which was fantastic. It's a must-see for anyone interested in history. The La Rambla is the most famous boulevard in Spain. It's predominantly a pedestrian walkway and ...