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posted by alias SBA73 on Wednesday 8th of February 2017 09:49:31 PM

El restaurant que es troba a 1095 m. d'alçada al monestir de St. Llorenç del Munt, dalt La Mola, és abastit exclusivament amb mules, com aquesta, que puja oli i altres coses. Es pot dir que van gairebé soles, tant d'anada com de tornada; ens varen passar cinc o sis nomes (cada una separada uns 15 metres) menades per un sol home, al darrera de totes elles... i mirant el mòbil!!. =============================================== In the romanesque abbey of St. Llorenç del Munt (Catalonia) there's a restaurant, but no road, only foot tracks. All the food and other materials have to be transported by mules, like this one. They go up and down the mountain (up to 1095 m. above sea level) almost alone. It's a quite unique thing here, considering that we are only 30 km away from central Barcelona, but I feels perfect and perfectly clean for the environment. Surely they know perfectly all the route, because five or six of them passed us with only the guide on back of the pack... and chatting with his mobile!! en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monestir_de_Sant_Lloren%C3%A7_del_Munt



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