Hotel Font Salada
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the throbbing legs and feet, the shoulders in agony from the backpack, I grew to hate it. The rain whilst climbing mountains, the graffiti (who wants to know Claude was here), the litter that lazy people left strewn around. On reflection the Camino is not a walk, it is a lifetime experience, it changes your thoughts on life, people, things. It kind of begins when you ...
... station. Say farewells to girl on desk as we are now friends. Off we go, I have best seat on dashboard wheeee . A couple of hours on we stop for refreshment, back in car, dead as a doorpost., She grabs 2 Guys and asks for a push , me and Jim are away engine roaring, she has to run and jump - we are now heading for Madrid. You should have seen us just around ...
... was really good, stayed a few nights at the villa they rented, found an old foam mattress i had bought previously and chopped it up to make a much improved bed from the yoga mat i had been sleeping on, sorted the speakers, made my plans as to where i was going to go after their holiday ...
... again toward a pigeon loft. Wondering why there would be such a structure in this remote location, a google search explained that perhaps pigeons were brought here, tail feathers plucked to produce erratic flight , and then released for target practice by local marksmen. There were signs of some rebuilding of the tower but fortunately no marksmen were on site today!
Our second peak had an easy approach from the ...
Back in Spain I settled, I got the wheel fixed, I've met a few people and met up with family friends that live here. I've got used to my van, I've carried on working on the long list still to be completed, putting up curtains, fixing the gas tubing, and organising what I do and don't need. I enjoy the company of the other campers, learning a lot by looking at their various forms of living from ...