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Well after our nite of car park camping which wasn't too bad really, we felt safe enough to sleep with the doors open so did that and get a reasonable nights sleep.. We woke up nice and early and went to check in but unfortunately our pitch was taken so we had to wait a couple of hours. We decided that it would be a good time and go and stock up for the week so headed off in search of a supermarket. We found one within 10 minutes and ...
Today we were hitting the road to Barcelona for the day, we got up reasonably early, got packed up and hit the road stopping for our final on site bakery breakfast on our way out... The journey to Barcelona took just under 2 hours so nothing too painful and traffic was fine, we directed the sat nav straight to the Nou Camp as we wanted to get tickets sorted for the match tonight first and then spend the day exploring before the match kicked off at 10pm. On arrival ...
... roads, it was over 30 miles, with speeds rarely exceeding 20 miles per hour given the curves. The scenery was breathtaking, but the driving got old, very quickly. I was very happy when we came down from the hills and could see the massive monastery complex sitting off in the distance.
We arrived just in time to join a tour entering the abbey and monastery complex, though the tour was not in English. It worked out fine that they gave us annotated ...
... grandfather was executed by Franco's troops in the home still occupied by their mother. Catalonia has been attempting to break away from Spain for years, but the central government has consistently blocked attempts to hold a straight referendum on the subject. Aside from, what they deem, an organized assault against their language and culture, they are particularly peeved at the fact that Catalonia is the wealthiest region of Spain and provides ...
... Catalan foods that night -- Iberico ham, and Pom de Tomate (rustic bread toasted and then infused with the juice of ripe tomatoes on top). The entire meal was sublime and the wine exceptional. In fact, I ended up purchasing some of the wine we had this first night as it really stood out to me.
Luckily we had only to walk up a couple of flights to our rooms. It was almost midnight when we turned in and I know I slept the best that night of any on our trip.