Arcs De Monells
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Today was the last bike day of our 'Best of Catalonia Bike Tour'. We had a late start due to waiting for a replacement bike to arrive at the hotel for Helen. At the beginning of the tour, her bike started to make a clicking sound (almost like a ratchet), somewhere in her bottom bracket or rear cog set. This sound was getting progressively more frequent as we continued our journey and I was concerned that her bike may breakdown ...
Today we cycled from Llafranc to Monells a total of 34km. This ride involved going from the Costa Brava coastline towards the mainland while encountering several medieval villages with farmlands between each village. We rode (mostly walked through while taking pictures) the following medieval villages in this area: Pals, Palau Sator, Pertallada and Monells. When we finally arrived at our destination, we were hot and tired. The owner of Hotel Arcs ...
... style place back near the house, but as usual time seemed to be flying so we had to forego the trip back home (and my shower!) and head to the next museum. All in all though I did have a healthy lunch at another "Mediterranean" place of kabob rice hummus etc. although it was on a busy street in a so so part of town. It was 3:00, we needed to eat. I ordered a glass of wine and he surprised me with the whole bottle. I didn't obviously want to drink a whole bottle ...
The lookout to see the city Antonio Gaudie architecture Textile houses Church died in an accident hit by a tram on way to church Took over design and construction worked on it for 43 years then died. Only 10% complete at time of death but plans complete Church of the holy family The market The dancing fountains Dinner by the ...
... It was built by Benedictine monks. It is of particular significance to the Catalonians ( inhabitants of this area of Spain) because when Franco asked Mussolini to bomb areas of Spain to wipe out any resistance to his dictatorship, and the Pope did not rise up in horror at these atrocities, the Benedictine monks of Montserrat did. They offered sanctuary to scholars etc to escape Franco. Catalonians said at the time that they were Catholic... But they were not following the Pope's ...