Aparthotel Mariano Cubi
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... supplied us with choc chip cookies and OJ whilst we waited.... The cruise ship is pretty big and fairly nice for an older ship. Everyone is friendly and very helpful. We didn't get on board till after 4pm and after checking out our cabin which is pretty small we circumnavigated the ship to try to orientate ourselves (3 days in and Glenn still can't find his way around but that's another story). Food is everywhere, from pool side BBQ to buffets, 2 formal dinning rooms and ...
... to simply follow a road somewhere off the motorway on the way south and find a bar or restaurant somewhere. Near Puig-reig there was a road sign pointing east to a variety of places so we followed it. And followed it. I drove quite some distance and decided that if we kept on going we might end up late dropping the rental car off and then have to rush everything in the evening. Julie remembered that we had a bit of cheese somewhere that we hadn't ...
Made our way back to Perpignan from Vernet Les Bains by the 1 euro bus Saturday lunchtime. Thank goodness for this bus system! Trains are still out. Peter booked a weekend deal for a studio unit in the same apartments that we stayed at on our way through before as it was cheaper for three nights than two! Figure that out! Then, as we didn't come until Saturday the guy charged even less. The apartments are good and ...
... had cake and a card waiting for him. We got our luggage, unpacked and headed up top to enjoy the process of turning the ship and sailing out of the harbor. Sun was shining and beautiful views.
Went back to our cabin and the steward had put 8 balloons in our room! What a great birthday for Dar!
I can't seem to upload pictures...will find an internet cafe tomorrow and get all the pics uploaded.
Dar and ...
The first site I visited of his was La Sagrada Familia. This cathedral started construction in 1882 and its anticipated completion is 2030. It stands at 558 feet in height (and only 200 feet wide) and has some of the most ornate detailing on the exterior in its texture and sculpture. The space is derived by a traditional basilica plan (the shape of a Cross in plan), with all structural elements being created ...