Hotel Serhs El Montanya
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Day 16. We again travelled through Norwegian Fjordland with soaring mountains, icy glaciers with rivers which cascaded thousands of metres into the valleys below on our way to Geiranger down a very steep mountain with about 8 hairpin bends for our 2 night stop. After we settled into our hotel we went on a boat cruise along the majestic waterway of the Geirangerfjord. Fabulous falls in many sizes cascading down the side of the rocky walls of the fjord. There were a few old farm ...
... been under construction since 1882 and there is still so much work that needs to be done. This was easily one of my favorite sights in Europe so far and I doubt much else could beat it.
We then ate at a little family owned restaurant and had the Menu del Dia (Menu of the Day). It was a 3 course meal for only 12 euros! People here eat 4 times a day, a light breakfast when they wake up, a bigger breakfast around 11, the main meal at lunch ...
Our first real day of tour begins today with a visit to Monseratt with our local guide for the day, Amada. Left the hotel early to beat the crowds (again) and travelled about an hour out of Barcelona to the mountains. Had to travel up 700 metres along a skinny road (although it was a tarred road) to about 3/4 of the way to where the 11th century working monastery was. It was built in 1025 and the Benedictine monks still live and work there today. We also went into the church where ...
... but his influence on the city and those that see his work is undeniable! It is said that a trip to Barcelona without seeing this amazing Bascilica is a trip wasted. I tend to agree! After a rest we meet up with the family we had some delicious Tapas for dinner and head for the Magical Montjuic Musical Fountain. We arrived by train and there were thousands of people waiting to see the spectacular! And what a spectical it ...
... King Jaume I. Wow it was an impressive maze of narrow streets, medieval architecture, and centuries old cobblestone plazas. We dined on Tapas and Tinto Verano, a mix of red wine and lemonade and also enjoyed a cappuccino. In every plaza local musicians were playing acoustic guitar. It was quite magical in such a short period of time. I also survived my first metro travel and was even asked twice in a Spanish for directions rather than the other way ...