Hotel Portal del Caroig
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I've added a little video so you can hear their amazing voices. Sorry it's a bit shaky - my hand was getting tired from doing a couple of earlier ones. The light first thing in the morning and later in the evening is really wonderful - I don't think the photos do the place justice. Tomorrow we hit the road to Lourdes. Diane managed to ask the co-ordinator the important question - i.e. what's the story ...
By the end of our fourth day in Barcelona, we had pretty much seen everything in the city, including Montju´c, a hill that overlooks the southwest part of the city. At the top of the mountain sits the Castle of Montju´c. The castle is now part museum and part municipal facility and the trip uphill is worth it. The castle is pretty, and you get a nice view of the sea, port and city below.
... guys know me well. So happy to have met some cool people here.
Whoa, just woke up from a brief nap, and the rain has gone away. I rarely take naps back home, I find these a bit strange. Maybe some jet lag still affects me. I felt like that sleep was so deep. Now 7:30ish.
Back to La Tomatina. So I got up around 4:45 today to get ready to get out of the house. My flatmate Rune and I had to take the metro to the bus meeting point at 7 in the morning. We ...
... madonna" preferring to do the funicular. Certainly a lovely peaceful and reflective environment, food and drinks reasonably priced too.
For dinner we decided to go treat night at a upmarket restaurant in the Ramblas district. Vern is still feeling a bit delicate about fat consumption after the pig ear evening resulting in him waking in the middle of the night feeling queazy (happens if he eats too much fatty food). Poor man, needs ...
... mins. The hallway and stuff is interesting enough there was stuff to stare at while waiting. And being able to see the church from the different view was great.
You exit into a chapel (beautiful), see a crypt, and leave via the Ave Maria Path where people light candles to pray.
At this point we ran to make the next train otherwise we would be waiting another few hours to make it back to Barcelona.