Hotel Castell d'Emporda
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... returned with a bottle of red wine and a corkscrew. She looked as nervous as a pilot about to take-off on her first solo flight. She opened the bottle, poured a sample to taste and test, then filled two glasses, placed the bottle on the table and returned to the restaurant.
Battery Boy could see Video Girl looking at the bottle, looking at the glasses, looking back at the bottle, looking at him and looking in the direction of the restaurant door. ...
... of driving Video Girl requested a "oui stop" so Battery Boy pulled into a roadside petrol station and cafeteria. As Battery Boy stood outside waiting for Video Girl he started thinking about some of the meals they had eaten, particularly the culinary masterpiece at Akelare. This made him hungry so he wandered in to the cafeteria looking for something to eat.
A woman appeared from the kitchen, wearing a paper hair net, a greasy apron that was ...
... was strong. Pushing the car and increasing Libby's hold on the door handle. We are staying at Camping Riu just on the water in Sant Pere Pescador. 2 night stay. There's a kids club here with lots of activities. The boys joined the disco (bribe of ice cream helped while we drank cocktails from the bar. Yes we could see them. Just.) and planned to meet up with them again at the futbol session at 11am the next day. Dinner in and a ...
... into the village after lunch and then to the outskirts in search of such things. I have to say that I was a little disappointed with the sacrificial stone, well and menhir that we saw. They could have been any bit of old granite scattered across the fields.
It looks like it is threatening rain and we did have a brief shower whilst we were out but at the same time, the land doesn't look like it has seen rain for months. The ...
... Laguardia. The town was very pretty with its cobbled streets, little tapas/wine bars and tons of wine tastings in caves available – we opted in for doing one of course. We watched an intense video on manual labour (before machines got involved) of how to make wine and then we were taken down to the cave below the winemakers house where we sample their wine from the barrel itself then from the bottle ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet