Domaine De Falgos
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of Olot. We had gorgeous views of the Pyrenees mountains, small villages and farms along the way. Our total distance travelled for the day was 38.5km. The locals were very friendly, everyone said Ola to us when we passed them on the road. We even received some tourist guidance from several police officers that setup a road block at one of the intersections. Then, when ...
... their weekend away place in late summer. Millie has found her place under the tree/bush on the perimeter of our. Pitch. It's cool and shady, and 'I can see my mum'. There's a MacDonalds nearby where I can update and upload. Just hoping the weather isn't going to break. And it started to rain - only drizzle, but the sky clouded over. Oh well! Early ...
Another hot and sunny day. We left the 'car park' to move further up the coast. The landscape changes to a more tropical feel. Palm trees and flat countryside is the new scenery. We have decided to go to an aire at Latour-bas-Elne. It is a fabulous aire. It's situated behind a camping-car and accessory dealers. They also store caravans and camping-cars for owners who don't have space at their homes. It has security gates which lock between 9pm and 8 am. Just like a campsite, without the ...
... be coming in the opposite direction at that moment! Back on track, we found the aire. Good facilities, plenty of space, but soulless. We drove Smartie into Collioure and port Vendres. Collioure was pedestrianised and busy. Not my type of town. Some fabulous views - the castle and the seafront, but Port Vendres was much nicer. More people watching. A busy commercial port, but also ...
... finished at a Font Romeu over in France. It started in the main square in front of the monastery with the mayor making a little speech and wishing us well. The race began with a convoy through the town lead by a race car before the timing started at about the five kilometre mark. With many townsfolk lining the streets and waving us on and the sunshine on the racers multi coloured outfits and bikes, the atmosphere was special - ...