Hotel Abat Cisneros
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- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
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I have see some amazing things alongside Dina on this trip and we have shared some incredible memories. But today's journey to Montserrat will go down as the most spectacular thing I have seen on this trip so far. About a week ago I somehow stumbled upon this place that was a one hour train ride outside of central Barcelona. So at around 9:30 we headed on our way there. Everyone else in the hostel gets up at around midday but I guess that just the way a party hostel ...
We set off by train, funicular and the cable car to visit the Montserrat Monastery sitting on a mountain 1000 metres up. The monastery is carved into the mountain and also has a chapel that sits above it in the mountain where hermit monks found refuge, and caves below that you can hike to as you pass incredible works of art sitting on the path along the way, including one by, you guessed it, our friend Gaudí. The most remarkable parts of the tour were the touching of the Morenata (black ...
An hour out of Barcelona on the train there is a monastery, Basilica at Mount Montserrat... We had heard about it and everyone said its a must see.... So off we went. Never had I expected to see what was in front of us as we got off the train. The train had been uneventful ... Through the Suburbs and into a more rural landscape ... Through a tunnel and it all changed. Looming above us were the hugest rock formations I have ...
... smiling faces were there to greet me, when I came out. A quick hola and we were off running to catch the only bus for the next two hours, which ended up being 30 minutes late anyways. I was presented with a bag of extraordinary fruit. I nearly cried. I love fruit more than any other food in the world. So when I saw the ripe, juicy fruits I couldn't help but dig in and savor every little piece. Magical. The moment I stepped on the bus, I was in migraine mania. The ...
... Ferran well before they were due to arrive.
It turned out that we didn’t have long to wait. Perhaps parades of this type move faster in February than in September because the weather is much warmer. Mind you, judging by the people who come out from under the giants’ skirts when they stop, it is always August in there.
The Cardona ceremonial figures featured very prominently in the parade and we were suitably impressed by ...