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Started the day with the traditional long breakfast and slow pack up - till the pool opened at 11am. Swim in the sweet pool for a cool down - we were ready for Barca! First stop... Barca home ground of Camp Nu - 99,000 capacity home ground of the 'greatest football team in the world'. Sweet parking at the ground - dismissed the parking wardens instructions and parked right up near the officials entry point - nice work tranny! Took ...
Day seven was set to be our day trip to Montserrat Mountain. We wanted to get up and on our way quite early. Luckily we'd been easing into some early rises over the last few days. We caught the metro for two stops and then transferred to the train for a journey that lasted just over an hour, travelling inland to the north east. After disembarking the train there's an option of a cable cart or a rack railway to complete the final leg. We went with the cable car which, ...
In 1941, Freixenet launched its leading product, the Carta Nevada. In 1974, the company achieved international success with another cava, the Cordon Negro. Nowadays Freixenet offers public tours of the winery in which both cavas are produced; visitors are shown the underground cellars and the bottling plant before tasting the finished product. The winery is situated opposite the main train station in the Catalonian village of Sant Sadurní ...
... saw most of the city. The views from Montjuic were fantastic. Plus museums were free, so I went to a couple of those as well. I also saw people doing some weird Catalan dance with a band in front of the cathedral, which was fun. So many people were out and about on a Sunday, it was a great atmosphere everywhere I went.
Sunday night was a classic hostel night. Six of us went to get cheap food using vouchers we found at our hostel, ...
... the ones that are finished; many of the frames are filled with ordinary clear glass as they have never been finished) onto the pillars. Ross and Sarah forked out a bit extra to go up one of the towers for the view, which was spoiled a bit for Ross, who somehow forgot before climbing that he was scared of heights! After the cathedral we wandered towards La Pedrera, an intriguing, rippled-looking Gaudi apartment building commissioned by some woman ...