Hotel-Restaurant Sant Antoni
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... question to ask how our very notion of what is "human nature" has been shaped by these collective traumas. Another natural question is to ask to what extent these past traumas have led us culturally to dissociate us from our connection to the natural world and each other, and to keep us locked in fears that make us to this very day controllable by church, state and corporate power systems, essentially unchallenged since the days of the Cathars.
... a hat. Fortunately I don’t have as much to lose as he did but Julie and I both took a few direct hits.
With hours to go before the Patum Completa we took the car up into the mountains for a return to the spectacularly placed Santuari de Queralt from where we were able to watch numerous Griffon Vultures at close quarter. The café in the sanctuary provided a decent ...
... t sure that we were supposed to be there but we grabbed a few photos anyway.
A restaurant across the square looked quite busy with local people and had some attractive seating outside and arches supporting a road that was above the restaurant itself. The advertised menu del dia was quite expensive at 17 Euros with some possible add-ons for some of the dishes and for upgrades on the wine but the choice looked pretty good so we sat down. It was indeed good and the ...
... the ones we could identify there were both Southern and Scarce Swallowtails.
After we waited for what seemed like ages, first one and then a second Griffon Vulture appeared around the cliffs, although they did not come close. Whilst watching them we noticed two more large birds of prey high above the mountain. We both go the impression that these had wedge-shaped tails which meant that they were possibly Lammergeiers. Unfortunately the angle that we were looking at ...
... to process his request was that she had only just arrived but she had been there, and serving a customer before we arrived.
Not long later we were on our way towards Berga, choosing to drive some way into Barcelona to take the route via the Valvidrera Tunnels and the toll road north. Traffic in Barcelona was pretty dire with long delays on the approach to the tunne which probably added 30 minutes to the journey time but eventually ...