Del Sol L'Estartit

Address: C/Garrotxa 21, L'Estartit, Costa Brava, Catalonia, 17258, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on C/Garrotxa 21, L'Estartit.
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Travel Blogs from L'Estartit

Prehistoric caves and pole riding

A travel blog entry by gallopingcookie on Apr 12, 2015

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Rafa came to pick us up in his vintage car - 30 years old and we heard it coming about 3 minutes before we saw it. We started our day at the stables brushing and then tacking up the horses. Rowan's grey was so muddy it needed a shower to come clean. Our trek today was up and down some fairly steep stony paths....we just held on and let the ...

First day and still walking (just about)

A travel blog entry by gallopingcookie on Apr 11, 2015

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... for lunch, (and afternoon tea, the food just after afternoon tea, and after after afternoon tea ect.) but she caught up at a trot. Rowan's was quite lively but she held on well. We were going to go swimming but the pool had half a cover on!?

Now trying to work out if I can get the Boat Race on the TV before we head into the medieval town of Besolu for dinner.....
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Hola

A travel blog entry by lalviano on Apr 07, 2015

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We left Montpellier and decided to stop at Bezier before heading into Spain. We were hoping that we would be able to visit a few markets. We found Les Halles market- (Paul and Ro may remember this), but were a little disappointed as not all the stalls were open. We may have been a little early. The tourist information centre nearby told us that the big markets were on Friday. We visited the ...

Catching up!

A travel blog entry by boeschenblog on Mar 16, 2015

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... full swing. We're all embracing spring.

"Any nation that can eat churros and chocolate for breakfast is not required to demonstrate its courage in other ways." -- James Michener on Spain.

That might sum up the current Boeschen philosophy. Especially since a new operator took over the churro truck near our house (though we're still never sure when it's open or it's closed. Guessing this as we come into the roundabout ...

Ruins of Empuries

A travel blog entry by ryans_escapade on Feb 06, 2015

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... so needless to say, there was no sightseeing done on those days. So what does one do in such instances, well we read books, watched movies, ate pate and cheese and drank wine. Woke up today to a beautiful sunny windless day, aahhhh. We decided to take Fifi for a drive to the Ruins of Empuries. This place is truly unique. This city is over 2000 years old, hard to imagine!!! Firstly it was a Greek built city during ...