NH Sant Boi
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Travel Blogs from Sant Boi de Llobregat
... m the sponge taking it all in and as usual retaining little!
Jordie also,spoke of the newer Camino that comes out of Barcelona and says there is a lot of work happening on that one with regard to getting hostals and albergues built especially across the desert sections. Will be worth watching for.
I spoke of the lack of info and maps available for VDLP as compared to Frances and he said there was a lot available in ...
... rising. Undeterred, we knew Barcelona seldom sleeps and a beautiful Saturday afternoon and evening lay before us. We were not disappointed. The "Palau de la Musica Catalana" was our first target. It is a incredibly beautiful Modernista style concert hall. Designed and build by Lluis Domenech i Montaner in 1905. He, the ultimate OCD character,controlled each element of its construction to a fantastic effect. He completed it with private money in three years. Our tour took ...
... and bland like looks a few buildings built in the '60s/'70s as in many a city. The weather is beautiful, it's not hot but is very humid. Yesterday arvo the girls had a big swim in the pool that came to an abrupt end for Mila when she unfortunately found it an opportune time for a bathroom break. Our hotel is magnificent. It certainly lives up to its majestic ...
... wine Lambrusco rosa wine Chocolate croissant Spinach pasty thingy that was a mix between samosas and fill pastry A lot of orange juice Rockford goats cheese And a lot of beer, wine, more wine, more cocktails and even when I try slushy lemon cocktail at an outdoor cafe.... And my favourite, Jamon flavoured crisps, which taste exactly like beef chips in South Africa....something I've missed for 17years! And I've only been eating 2 meals a day :) From a 1,000 satisfied taste buds ttyl ...
... having to create a new currency that might not be as stable, and losing many imports and exports. Even though many people do not want to admit it, it is a very big risk to take, and even though it works out, the ones who will suffer the change are not the politicians or the major entities; no, it will be the working class people who will suffer. These were the main arguments given by the people I spoke to that were anti-independence.