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Travel Blogs from Font-Romeu
... occurrence at this time of year evidently. It did not come to anything. Actually a similar thing has happened each evening we have been here-the rumblings, not missing the bus!
The next day we decided to follow the route of the little yellow train using the Conseil General bus lines-1 euro a trip. It required some co- ordination between villages, but up we went to Mont Louis , in a big white coach bus ...
... to the next bay brings you to Portlligat with its small collection of fishermen's houses, most bought up by Dali to create his home.
After Cadeques it was up to Perpignan, turning left into to Pyrenees Orientales in the Languedoc-Roussillon province and the village of Fuilla. The campsite sits in a beautiful valley with snow capped mountains in the distance.
Friday 23rd May
We cycled into Prades to buy a ...
... In the 9th century, the Monestir de Santa Maria was founded and considered the most powerful monastery in medieval Catalunya as well as having a huge impact on the rest of the world. It was here in 1027, that the Peace and Treaty of God was promoted, one of its principles being the inviolability of refuge in a church, i.e. sanctuary, which still stands today. Lots of scope for John to do a Quasimodo impression but disappointingly, he didn’t.
... it felt like being in a spa. We would have flown non-stop around the world. John and the girls bought a "natural" anti-jetlag drink for me and it seems to have worked quite well. But, the reality is that flying in the same direction of the sun is not as difficult for me as going against the sun.
I am quite sure I have written about the problems we are having with passports and visas. So, the first thing we do ...
... of 90 days out of 180 days to visit the Schengen countries. Not 90 days per country, 90 days total. Leaving and returning does not reset the clock. For long term travelers like us, this presents a logistical problem; we are certainly going to spend more than 90 days in Europe, and so we have to be real careful about where we are, so we don’t exceed the 90 day limit and get hit with a big fine or get blackballed from future ...
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