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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... were given the task of bonfire duty as the wind was deemed suitable and there was loads of tree cuttings on the terraces which needed to be burnt. Mandy loves bonfires so off she went, in her element to find the best spot and build her fire, whilst Paul set about cutting the mountain of trimmings into small pieces to keep the fire ‘small and containable’ because the last thing we wanted was the whole olive grove to go up! All was going well and the pile ...
... different mill where the seeds are used as a cocoa substitute and the shell is ground down to make carob flour, unfortunately the price is only about 15 cents per kilo, so not really enough to make a living out of.
We are just entering our third week here now and things have started to get a bit better. We have warmed to our hosts a lot more and got used to their ‘ways’. The dogs are lovely and we understand that the sofa is a no ...
... colour. Nose of intense black fruit and white pepper. Soft and ripe fruit on the palate with noticeable grip and good length.
A great tasting of fine wine with very affordable prices!
And so it was on to our final destination on our trip, Pagos De Híbera. Here we were to see one of the “Cathedrals of Wine” designed by Cèsar Martinelli I Brunet. Cèsar was a Catalan modernista architect taught by the more famous ...
... of ice. I happily wandered the aisles tasting the sweet cherries and a freshly baked pastries and watching the locals do their weekly shop. In the afternoon I took shade from the blazing sun in the very modern part of the city. The Principe Felipe Science Museum was really interesting and interactive, whilst covered subjects from DNA to climate change. The beach was beautiful as the sun was setting. I walked along the sand and saw hundreds of locals setting ...
... Mercat de la Boqueria, a food market (featured on the Masterchef Semi Final) which sells an amazing array of fruit, vegetables, meat and tapas- the displays of food were works of art! I hired a bike to make the most of my short time in the city.
Unfortunately the exterior of Gaudi's Casa Mila was covered in scaffolding but I still got to walk amongst the giant chimney pots on the rooftop and there was a great ...