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We had our train to Girona booked for 10.24am. We decided to leave home at 9 which would give us enough time to grab a quick bite and head to the station Barcelona Sans.
After a fairly leisurely breakfast close to our AirBnb we realised we were running late. With our backpacks we rushed to the metro and got on to our ...
... Kings which was on the following night in Calella, he said. Its really for families and children, but its worth seeing! He even reminded me the next morning as I headed to the shower, in case I had forgotten. So, around 5pm that evening, we strolled the 2km up the beach to Calella getting there just as the sun was starting to drop. To start with it didn't look like anything was happening at all....well not to do with a procession ...
... city's patron saint. To celebrate their victory the French soldiers desecrated the tomb of St. Narcissus. A vast swarm of flies appeared from the tomb and attacked the soldiers. According to Bernat Desclot, a monk from Ripoll who recorded this event in 1288, the flies entered the nostrils and the anuses of the horses, which drove them so crazy that they fainted and fell. The casualty was calculated up to 4,000 horses and ...
... buildings (mostly apartments or seaside homes) on the other. We can well imagine sunbathers filling the beaches and lodgings during the high-season, but right now we are the only walkers on this lovely trail!
Back in the village, we happened upon a terrific restaurant, Can Leon, where we had a menu for €13 ea: delicious mussels ...
... more in Barcelona to round out our Catalan food experiences!
Our day trips and late lunches have been followed with quiet drives home, lovely sunsets and early bedtimes (no need for supper, so full are we!). The time in the country has been restful and restorative and we've enjoyed it. However, it's time to go back to the city for one last hurrah before we head home on November 28...Barcelona awaits, no doubt an exciting swan song! ...
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