Hostal Porta de Nuria
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Last few days here we really can't believe the week has gone so quickly.
We have enjoyed exploring the area; our mission here is to find a place to return for the whole winter next year.
Benicassim is high on our list although the nights are cold. the days have had their fair share of sun we would like another 5 degrees warmer.
The advantage in this place is ...
Today we started packing our bags. It's time to head for home...the one we have in Sarasota!
It has been a wonderful two months here, we've experienced a part of Spain that very few Americans see. At first I felt very frustrated by the my language difficulties. Most Spaniards we met don't speak very much English and my Spanish is ...
... foot caught in a tuft of shrubbery which decided to bring him "down"...we didn't realize until later that he had a rather nasty cut on his knee. When we stopped at the outlook we rolled up his pant leg to discover his wound. Unfazed, he carried on and we managed to walk more 16 km before lunch.
When we returned home the "boys" went to work in the kitchen again. This time they prepared a delicious vegetarian spaghetti.
This weekend was very special for us. Yesterday we had the surprise arrival of Lars' youngest son Mikael. And Marie's birthday is on Sunday, so on Saturday a special luncheon at their home was planned.
We spent the morning showing Micke the apartment that we are hoping to buy and then we drove to Aigues in the afternoon to have an early celebration of Marie's ...
This morning our email contained some wonderful photos from Peter Grevér. He, along with his mother Ulla and Lars' brother Simon visited us last week. They found the weather much milder than Stockholm's and a few days of rain didn't dampen their spirits.
This isn't a very long entry, just an opportunity to share some photo memories from our visitors!