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Travel Blogs from Sant Carles de la Rąpita
We had originally planned to take the train from San Sebastian down to Reus, rent a car there and head to L'Amertlla de Mar. Jack and I decided on the train from Paris to San Sebastian that we had spent enough time on the train for one vacation already. So, our Knight in Shining Armour suggested we rent a car for the trip south and make a road trip ...
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Sunday was a very relaxed day, I did a little bit of homework, but not too much else. I slept a lot to try to prepare for San Juan on Monday night. Sunday night a German girl named Hanna arrived, and I got to talk to her in Spanish for a little bit, which was very fun for ...
... walk the kilometre or so up to the hill town of Arnes which looked interesting.
When we got there the streets seemed deserted.
There was a lovely old church and town hall and very narrow streets.
There was the usual group of old men sunning themselves by the ...
... indoor swimming pool.
Everything is centralised and it is a very long walk to the Laundry, shop (for bread) etc.
it is not really 'our' sort of site
We left Vilanova and headed down the free road to Tarragona, then via the free Autovia to Reus, and then on to the scenic ...
... br> The campsite is lovely, very rural.
Sunday 11th May
We went to reception this morning to find out how we got on the La via verda de la vall de zafan. The lady was very helpful and gave is lots of information – all in Spanish which surprisingly we managed to get a grasp of (well we thought we had). The plan was to head to the Via Verda which is 100 km long (we are roughly half way along it) and cycle some of it.