Ona Jardines Paraisol
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... with all the essentials we were going to need for the week. When we got back we managed to get onto our pitch and got set up, bit of an awkward squeeze as the pitch is long but only 5m wide so to ensure we could get the van out when we needed to we had to squeeze it all in a bit. After we got set up, it was straight to the beach which is right at the end of the site, about a 100m walk which we can't complain about. The schedule of the ...
... of their heads as if they were under a shower.. Not nice but we didn't have much choice and it was only about a 20 min journey... On arrival at the stadium managed to find out seats easy enough and got a couple of drinks and got ready to enjoy the game..... This is when it actually sunk in that we were about to watch Barcelona play, this wasn't any old friendly down the Ricoh, it was Barcelona Vs Roma.. All the megastars were playing, Messi, Iniesta, ...
As the girls had been very patient during the preceding day's long afternoon visiting with the Pahi brothers, we promised them a more exciting day. That would, however, require a lot of time in the car. Plus, as I wrote, the roads in this area are incredibly windy with constantly shifting widths and rarely any shoulders. Our target for the morning was the Royal Abbey of Santa Maria Monastery in the town of Poblet. As the crow flies, it would probably be 10-15 miles. ...
I was going to learn a lot this day, and it had started the night before. I would be reminded many times today, and in the days to come, that we were now in Catalonia, not necessary Spain. Barcelona is the capital of the Catalonia "autonomous community" within Spain, which had been independent for longer than it has been part of Spain proper. They speak Catalan primarily, not Spanish, and they are fiercely independent. Jeff had mentioned this several times ...
... One of them came over and, with Jeff, the two of them acted as guides as I somehow managed to do a three=point (actually, more like a 12-point) turn, and get the van turned around. I only had a few inches on either side, with a brick ledge at both ends. Again, it would have really helped to have had a manual transmission, but in the end I managed to get turned around and then made the drive back down the hill VERY slowly, and parked in the church square. ...