Hotel La Terrassa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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So - the reader may ask - was this an ‘Everest’ event? Was this like climbing an 8000m peak? You know, now that I've done it, I don’t think it was. There was no freezing cold, no helpless struggle for breath, painful thirst, fear of death, etc. On the contrary, there was a warm bed every night, good food, a glass of wine or beer, warm sunshine, plenty of food and support during the day. The ...
... and today was pretty tame. We even had time today for some relaxation! The first two days we stayed in Madremanya. Near the church where, yes, the bells chimed all night long every 15 minutes. We've seen medieval villages a bunch, and toured the castle that Salvador Dali bought for his wife. After she was established there, she required him to get written permission from her to ...
... assistant discovered this when the couple behind passed through security. "No sir, you can't bring a bottle of wine in your hand luggage, even though you have nicely packaged up all your toiletries in a clear plastic bag. That's it, blog over and what an experience it was. Just remember that Girona is a lovely, expensive, rude, determined, delightful, plain and different place. If you can make your mind up and go after that ridiculous summary of words - good on you. Over and ...
... conversation that tested my Spanish to the fullest available extent, we departed with a smile. One note, we earlier found out that flies were a symbol of Girona, I'm wondering whether this came about due to an honest tradition or from the simple fact that there are flies EVERYWHERE. Don't get me wrong, Girona is a clean place, but for some reason the annoying little creatures love the Girona air, and my beer. Interestingly Helena had earlier mentioned about a place where they stick ...
... our decent, we had to make sure we didn't complete an ongoing snowball of 'roley poleys' due to the extreme steepness of the roads. Our day was completed with a fish dinner marvelling at the waiter who switched and spoke quite fluently 4 languages whilst also noticing a surprising amount of middle aged men who loved wearing jumpers around their shoulders rather than actually wearing them as you would a jumper, has this always been a thing? End of Day ...