Camping Resort Sanguli Salou
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... morning at about 4am so that gives us about 3 days to do the journey, we'll probably try and do about 400 miles tomorrow between us to try and break the back of it and then have a couple of Slower easier days after but we shall see!!! It very much depends on the traffic really and then we obviously have to try and get through the carnage at Calais without any immigrants climbing aboard!!! Doors and windows will be well and truly locked!! ...
... stadium and headed for the centre. All went well and after one change to get on the metro, we were right on the heart of the city. We found a tourist info shop and got a couple of maps to work out way round and went to some of the culture stuff. Saw the Gaudi church, gaudis house and a few other bits that I couldn't tell you what they were but they were on the map as sights to see so we went to see them!!! We also went into a proper museum which was very ...
... to turn around when we looked ahead and could see that the road began to climb -- and climb quickly, with many switchbacks -- up the mountainside. That was a good sign, so up we went. The sheer number of blind switchbacks became exhausting, and I had to crane my neck as we approached every turn, as if a car had been coming the other way, one of us would have to stop to allow the other to pass safely. We were lucky and only passed one lone car the entire time, ...
... Their hospitality and graciousness were highlights of the trip.
We were all overstuffed when we finally departed, and the last thing we wanted to do was sit down for another full meal. We stopped, instead, at a local organic-type market and purchased bread, cheese, olives, etc., and set up a picnic on the veranda outside our hotel. And yes, we did enjoy some of the wine we had just received. It was a fantastic evening to sit out and enjoy the ...
... next three nights.
We had the exact same kind of van as in Portugal -- a Mercedes Vito -- but this one had an automatic transmission. At first I thought this was a good thing, but I soon learned that a manual transmission was much preferable along hilly and windy roads. Whereas our van in Portugal, had been in great shape, this van had a considerable number of dings and dents all all four ...