Hotel Peralada Wine Spa & Golf
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... some enthusiasts and the community got together and restored it. Since 2001 it's been used to press olives from the surrounding groves. I talked to the guys - thickly Catalan accented - who were proudly showing it off yesterday - reminded me of train enthusiasts! The wooden cogs and wheels and stuff inside have all been lovingly recreated. Standing inside, hearing the sails ...
... m and 5 a.m. Aussie Steve reported there were ten trucks and that he even saw a machine washing the dustbins out. (There may be some exaggeration here).
Every night there is to be an award of a cap and I won it on the first night due to my stoic suffering as my luggage was left behind at the hotel in Empuries and I had to miss aperitifs.
One of the endearingly infuriating habits of my husband (hello dear!) is that we never stay in a hotel without moving rooms once. Or twice. The first room is too noisy ( despite having pre-requested the quietest room at the back) or perhaps it is too light or too near the lift. Room 306 in the Grand Marina Hotel seemed huge and delightful. The very, very faint smell of smoke would, I thought, disappear. At 2.30 a.m ...
... traditional French - the usual wonderful cheeses, charcuterie and artisanal bakery, jams etc....with empanadas, paella, and all sorts of other influences from just over the border. Collioure is famed for its hand-packed tinned anchovies too. Yum!
We're here for 3 glorious weeks...and as French schools all go ...
... be next to a nature reserve. I thought this would give me a chance to see what this part of the South of France was like and then I could move inland if I didn't like it. Just before I reached the site the single track road I was following arrived at what looked like a huge water pipe running under the main coastal road. My little road went through this 'pipe' but as it was only 2m high and I am over 3m high there was no way I was even going ...