Cambrils Playa Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Kids pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... along the promenade to find ice cream, unfortunately, Lorna managed to kick a lump of concrete in her flip flops and the concrete won!! A nasty lump out of the end of her pinky which has meant a bit of limping and lots of germolene and salt baths to try and sort it out!! It's much better after 5 days and now more of a nuisance than anything else... We went for a posh night last night and headed to a fancy restaurant on the front, both of ...
... us - it did happen to be a museum dedicated to Barcelona FC and all of their shirts dating back over the past 50 years but I liked it... We also went into the local market which is on Les Rambles which was really cool, it had everything you could have ever wanted and massive fish section which I would have loved to make use of but I didn't think carrying fish around for the whole day was a great idea... Right at the end of our day exploring we decided to go ...
... described the general area and how to reach it, which involved a small parking lot and then about 10-15 minute hike. We asked at the information booth at the abbey, and they seemed to know about what we were asking, but their directions on how to reach it were vague at best. Using what little information we got from these folks, and a rudimentary map, we set out in search of the elusive parking area. The drive was nice, but we weren't gaining any altitude and ...
... as you could see. The towns are sprinkled everywhere and joined by an excellent network of well maintained roads. That said, the roads are all extremely narrow and invariably windy. It became a running joke that the roads were all well marked, with white lines drawn to indicate the outer edges and the median. That said, the roads' width would vary widely, but not the lines, so more often than not the lane in which I was driving was a foot or more too ...
... along the Mediterranean was a toll road, as in Portugal, it had significantly more traffic. Still, the drivers were incredibly civilized and really respected the stay right/pass left mantra. Driving in both Portugal and Spain just highlighted to me what lousy drivers we are in America. We're absolutely dreadful.
I had everything entered into the GPS, but Jeff knew the area very well and ...