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... described as such. Montserrat is Spain's first national park. It is a multi-peaked mountain that is part of the Catalan (Catalonia is the 'state' Barcelona is located in) mountain range. It is the site of the Santa Maria de Montserrat and the Montserrat Sanctuary. The site hosts a monastery where boys of 9-14 spend their summers. It also contains a church with the bust of Santa Maria de Montserrat.
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Today is St Jordi's day! This means on every street in Barcelona people have little (or sometimes big) roadside stalls selling roses and books. As the tradition goes, Saint George slay the dragon to rescues the princess, to celebrate this the women get a rose and the men get a book. It was a super hot day so Alfred and I went out to get some atmosphere. We managed to get hoodwinked by a group of scouts looking for a donation as I was trying to stop ...
... process for taking names and letting you know when your table was ready, but not this place. In typically relaxed Spanish fashion they simply had a women standing at a hostess stand with a book taking names and then calling them out when the table was ready. That would have been fine however the lobby of the restaurant was so crowded that we weren’t sure if people had already put their names in or if they were simply waiting for an opening to push their way through to ...
... world cup, and we were lucky enough to run into Charles Barkley who took a picture with us. The Basketball World Cup was taking place in both Barcelona and Madrid. After relaxing at a beach side bar (BECAUSE I'M LEGAL HERE!!!) we decided it was time to catch the train to Madrid.
We took El AVE to Madrid, one of the country's bullet or speed trains, and the trip only took about 2 and a half hours. The train got up to around 295 km/h and we arrived around 9:30 at night.
... by going to Sitges and Tarragona in advance, though did not visit any major sights, just wanted to get the lay of the land.
Because it looks like both Sitges and Tarragona are doable in a day as I did last weekend with the student groups, but kind of rushed that way, we will enjoy ourselves more to separate them, so we decided instead to forgo a day trip to Girona and separate the two day trips instead when Linda and I make the trips.
I think I already put a ...