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TripAdvisor Reviews Club De Vacances Argeles-sur-Mer
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... shops and nothing but cheap restaurants selling pizzas. I could be anywhere, the place is without a French soul and has little to recommend it so I will be turning inland to look for something more 'authentically' French.
All this walking hasn't done my injured foot any good and I am now rather lame, so I am glad that I am moving on to Carcasson as a day on the road will give me a bit of time to recover. Treacle, meanwhile remains well.
... illusionary piece looks to be an abstract with mainly square shapes and the back view of a nude at its centre. Look again through a digital device (camera, phone or one of the viewers placed strategically), and you see Abraham Lincoln. I defy anyone not to come away from this tourist attraction and not be impressed by the eccentric genius of the man that has left a unique legacy (the second most visited museum ...
... we watched a well-behaved group of primary school children being lead around the paths, then disappearing downwards through a rusty door, by a guide dressed in costume of the Crusades, no doubt he was bringing the history of Besalu to life. A stroll further on through narrow streets brought us to a square where a small market was staged so took the opportunity to buy some sheep cheese which we are now rather partial to after first coming across it two years ago, ...
... kitchen annexe. The former farmhouse has other accommodation as well as reception-cum-bar. This is where the only wifi is located too, but no hardship since they do a nice 'cafe grand creme' whilst you check your emails. The pool is undergoing some maintenance to repair leaks ahead of the main season, but should be up and running in a day or two. I'm not quite up to it yet since my arm is forty shades of purple. For us, today is for laundry and ...
... magically alter what you are looking at, depending on where you view them from. Our 4 year old loved the place, but, being used to being dragged around Renaissance churches in Italy, she did keep asking 'what's happened to Jesus on this one daddy?'. Figueres, like a lot of Spanish towns can be a bit on the ugly side (far too many nondescript concrete buildings for me), but the Dali museum, toy museum and ample Tapas bars make it an enjoyable day out. And they clean up their ...