Mas del Puig
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... walk, stopping to get a couple croissants on the way. Arriving at the bus station, which is just a few blocks down from the train station we arrived at, we decided to buy tickets so when we came back it would be quicker. The tickets were cheap and it was fairly easy to find the bus and get on the way to the airport. We walked back to the hotel to get ready and pack for our trip to Barcelona. Brittany wanted to try a sea salt Carmel gelato that we had found at only one stand ...
... any other cathedral we have seen and possibly the largest. In some ways it is overly ornate and complex on the outside, but on the inside it is the most beautiful structure I have seen. It is also much lighter than other cathedrals and the mix of colours and use of light is extraordinary. We discover the cathedral closes at 2pm for a public holiday, hence our inability to book tickets for the towers. On returning to Les Rambles we ...
After One Week of the "New Me" Plan, the Old Gretchen is Melting Away!
The health plan I am calling the "new me" plan seems to be working already, as my T shirts are loose all of a sudden! I am not good at taking full length selfies--the mirror just reflects a glare, so will have to wait for someone to take some pics.
The plan consists at its core in 4 days of healthy 100% organic eating with lots and lots of water and at least 20 minutes ...
... so excited to step foot on solid land. We finally have arrived on the
island of Madeira, which belongs to Portugal. It is also called "the Garden of
the Atlantic", because of its lush landscape. The place we are going to explore
is called Funchal and is considered "the Hawaii of Europe". Three days later we ...
... trying to run away, or just plain tourists. Yup, we were tourists. And we see locked out of our heaven - the privilege of a single bed. Once being able to get into our rooms, we dropped off our things and began to explore the city. We went to Plaza Reial, the port and La Rambla. However, we were so tired that we decided to return to our hostel for a quick nap - we had gone two days without showering, without a bed and without real breakfast or lunch. The "quick" nap turned out ...