Royal Marina Gardens
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... here, 28 - 30 *c and I have to be so rugged up. Grrrrrr. Not happy. After lunch and siesta we went to Altafulla. This place is even more gorgeous than Callafel. The old classic fisher houses right on the beach. We ran back to the car with our ice creams as the heavens opened. We drove like mad and half way home the weather was better so we decided to stop off at Roc San Gaetano , a town on the tip of the arm of land that reaches out into the ocean. Couldn't be ...
... it must be urgent. It was Ben in a complete panic about the edgetel server being down. I rang Sverre since he was in a different dorm and told him to ring Ben back. I then got up, showered and packed. I was ready by 7.30am. We strapped my backpack to the back of the bike, I grabbed a donut from the free breakfast table since nothing else was easy to pack and we headed off to the bus stop. We arrived at the bus stop with 30 minutes to spare so enough time for me to ...
... the Amadagio where we're shown to our very spacious cabin with its 2 windows. A welcome reception followed by a welcome. All the crew are very nice and obliging. Friday 25 th Today we boarded our bus bound for Les Baux de Provence and an olive mill. We drove through very grey rocky mountains to this small town with its cobbled streets and ancient stone buildings. This was established at the time of the persecution of the Protestants so we saw many of the weapons used in this ...
... in catching my flight to Madrid. I chose a basic (cheap) motel right on the waterfront about 15 minutes south of the airport. Really felt like a stroll on the beach. I had asked with my booking if I could have a room with a view. Fingers crossed as it was on the beach. As it was, there was lots of smoke around so was easy to zoom down that 130km highway. Hardly any traffic on the road other than trucks, but having three lanes makes it a ...
... and the 2 buildings at the entrance which looked like gingerbread houses. Gaudi was so imaginative as he was creative, bizarre, and insightful.
We shared a salad for lunch and enjoyed a sangria quenching our thirst after all the walking we had just done. We watched the milling crowd move about, oblivious to attempts made by others to get a good photo - this you will see in some of our photos too where strangers appear to be ...