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Travel Blogs from Caldes de Montbui
... Early crops included culcot (over sized spring onions, that are BBQ'd and dipped in tomato and herb sauce) broad beans, spinach and seedling lettuces were planted out in battered polly tunnels. In the Barcelona market we spotted black salad potatoes. Dancing night! I'd seen all the pictures on Facebook: Tisha and Laurence jiving amongst friends in the town square and it looked like fun. Dancing twice a week, means that they're now very competent and ...
... the mountain peak. Here there were a few walking and hiking paths that each culminated in a commanding view. From the path we could see some climbers scaling some of the smooth cliffs. At one point the monks had escaped to live in the alcoves up here, above the monastery. From far away we could slightly discern what is left of dwellings they created. Hoping for some different views, we walked back down to the monastery instead ...
My feet are tired! As I had hoped, we have been walking A LOT and I am tired when we come 'home' every evening. We all woke up again last night, but for less time, and it doesn't seem to show in the kids' energy at all...other than sleeping in a little and being a bit slow to get up. I woke up first, then Rowan. Because I'm sharing a bed with her, I was just about to fall asleep after she ...
Today is a Gaudi and Picasso cultural day. On the first Sunday of each month some of the cultural venues have free entry. The Palau Guell Gaudi Palace, created for his benefactor, and Picasso Museum were free today. We had breakfast in the centre of La Rambla where the city wall used to be and is now a major popular shopping street. We did a walking tour of the Gaudi buildings. Casa Mila and Casa Batllo and Catalunya Plaza and Palau ...
It's hard to believe that it's nearly been a week now since Nadia, Katie & I returned from our 2 weeks of exploring Spain, but I look forward to reflecting on the splendid time spent there through the stories and pics I'm about to share and especially the warmth - Krems greeted us with a mix of rain and snow. It's rare for this part of Austria to even get snow? Fancy that.
The trip began with improperly purchased return OBB train tickets - yes, ...
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