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Travel Blogs from Jandia Peninsula
... of 14 euro a day plus I should also upgrade my car to a diesel car for only 5 euro extra a day. Since diesel is about 20 cents cheaper per liter in Spain and if I drive more then 300 km a day, it would be worth it (also it is a better car).
I've end up getting a Peugeot 208, it is still a pretty weak car (engine). The counter person gave me a ticket for exiting the parking lot, he told me if I use this I would not have to pay when exiting the parking lot. The car ...
... pirates. Today, there is a cute tram which connects the port to the town. It was a short stroll from the carpark to the port/beach which was lined with cafes, restaurants and hotels. Cathryn chose one called 'Es Passeig'. Lunch turned out to be a gourmet meal starting with a metre long tapas train (we ordered 2!). For mains, steak tartare, gourmet hamburgers topped with foie gras, fish and fries with truffle flavoured aioli were ...
... have very cold beer!
Maybe it is a trip to do in winter.
There was a lot of tunnels, understandably , so each time we came out of a tunnel we looked forward to what the scenery presented. The scenery was wonderful-with mountains, cuttings, lakes and villages. We did spot the dam built for the hydro-electricity, and noticed the thriving crops and newly cut fields of wheat or barley.
We had five hours to fill at La ...
... the town centre and didn’t find much and eventually ended up on the main road. We tried one place that looked promising on the same side of the road as the town walls but we were chased out rather brusquely by a waiter who informed us that they were fully booked, which begged the question why where they displaying a menu del dia sign. Crossing the road and continuing in the direction of Valls for a little while we came across Casal Montblanqui, ...
... to tell that I was a foreigner and perhaps cut me a bit of slack.
Breakfast was delicious although a couple of people who had had a few more drinks than us the day before were less enthusiastic about it. Afterwards we walked in to the centre where we'd seen a shop selling casteller clothing that had opening hours this morning and I bought myself a pair of white casteller trousers. I'm not sure that I've ever owned or worn white trousers before. Cricket whites, maybe, although ...
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