HCC Ciutat De Berga
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Travel Blogs from Berga
... objects were much in evidence, as was the drum. When the mass was finished we were treated to a Patum sequence, thankfully from the relative shade by the Patum Bar.
At one point one of the guites came to say hello and the elderly gentleman with the fine head of hair didn’t bat an eyelid when I frantically brushed several smouldering sparks from his coiffure. He should ...
... and lots of butterflies. Scare and Southern Swallowtail were flitting around but not easy to photograph and we thought, incorrectly, that the dark butterflies with lots of light on the upper wings were White Admirals. Fortunately many of them stayed still long enough to be photographed and we’ve been able to get definite identifications for most, probable Ids for a couple and absolutely nothing for one of them. It turns out that most of them were species that we ...
... or vultures about. The drive there was lovely. When we left the main Barcelona behind we started to see lots of orchids by the roadside and it was also obvious that there were numerous butterflies on the wing. We stopped several times to get photos.
At the mirador, despite the glorious weather, there were very few other vehicles. We walked down to the platform and soon realised that unfortunately there were very few birds too. Butterflies provided a welcome distraction ...
... us through the night. We walked down to an old favourite, the Guita restaurant but they were between shifts and not serving but after a wander around we found another place that we'd enjoyed in 2013, El Portal pizza restaurant which remains up to scratch. After this we watched sardanas for a while in Placa de la Viladomat before returning to Placa de Sant Pere.
When you've seen a few Patums you'll realise that deciding when to go is ...
... late" lunch at this restaurant in a park. It was packed. And we found out why.. It was amazing. They served a "menu" as do most Spanish restaurants, that consists of 3 courses, wine, and bread. The man who owns it waited on us and he recited the whole menu to us in English, luckily. I had a salad with fruit and nuts, pork cheek and muzzle, and homemade dressing. Then smoked ribs and a cheesecake for dessert.
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking