AS Hotel Lleida
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 160; I also managed to secure a small Orujo with my coffee. This was served to me from a squat ornate bottle that would hold about 300ml and had no label. I do hope it was a local Orujo as it was fabulously smooth and settled the hearty lunch down very well. From here, we snoozed on the bus as we drove through the further reaches of Priorat past the original monastery which gave the region it’s name and through the village of Poboleda (more from here later) and then ...
... 8220;scala dei” meaning stairs to God. The story goes that that the monks in a 12th Century mash up of Move to the Country and Grand Designs, were looking for an ideal location and found a Shepherd who told them of a vision he had of seeing angels climbing a staircase to heaven so they thought – nice one, this is the place. As ever, where monks go, wine goes with some excuse around the need of this for their communion ...
... the jungle) as the group were faced with killer caterpillars that dangled down from trees on a spider like web that blocked their path. Zaida explained that these caterpillars caused blisters and extreme itching if they made contact with human skin. (I am glad I chose to relax on the terrace with Chris and Colin and catch the bus down - a much more pleasant experience). Anyway, back to the killer caterpillars - most of the group decided to forge ahead with ...
... 30 minutes - I felt better after some cold water and sitting under the air conditioning on the bus. We were taken to the monastery of Santa Maria de Poblet. The tour was fantastic - so much to see and learn. We got to look through the whole complex which was both very interesting and beautiful. For dinner this evening we went to 'Fonda' a local restaurant to experience an authentic Catalan dinner. Our hosts Carlos and Carma were very generous hosts, both with ...
... in -3 floor, I had no problem finding the car but getting the car out of the parking lot was a challenge. I wanted to make sure I'm comfortable driving the car on the street, L'illa's location was not remote what so ever, so I drove the car down to -5 floor to practice the hardest part of driving a manual car, getting into 1st gear! After 30+ minutes, I was finally confident enough to drive out of the parking lot.
1st challenge, Leaving the Parking Lot. The parking lot ...