Prestige Goya Park
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We thought we would combine all of the 5 days into 1 blog as the days are repetitive and we couldn't be *****... We are far to busy everyday making the important decision of whether to go to the pool or beach.. Dilemmas dilemmas! Every morning I would go to the bakery at the front of the site IT IS AMAZING!!! Actually the site is amazing and would highly recommend to anyone!.. Anyways the bakery.. Wow!!! I have never seen a selection of fresh breads, pastries, doughnuts, and ...
... is fab and air conditioned. Chilled for a bit then all showered then found a basic but great tapas bar - friendly service and fab food and cheap to boot. Finished with a wander up la rambla and into the barri gotic. Lovely evening. Kids managed to persuade us to play a few games of cards so not a very early ...
... north to a lovely little fjord which was taken up by mooring buoys but we still managed to anchor not far from them. But before then we popped into Mahon to reccie as we will be back in a few days time to pick up Julian before we head over to Sardinia.
Did some research a while back and the marina is expensive and they want you to book in
advance and spend at least 3 nights. However, we heard on the VHF some yachts trying to get overnight moorings ...
... quick stop and change over and Lorna took over driving duties... Unfortunately after about an hour of Lorna driving, it was very stop start and we were drastically losing the race against the Sat Nav as Lorna made about 15 mins progress within an hour.. We changed over after Lorna did a couple of hours, I got a coffee from the services and we stretched out legs a big before what was supposed to be the last 2 hours of the journey, fortunately it was reasonably straight forward ...
... drunken sunburnt teens! As it was getting late we decided to stay the night. Every car park in the centre displays a "No Camper" sign so we drove into one anyway. A millisecond after doing so a Spanish security guard came over and told us we had to move, pointing to the signs and informing us that we could park by the port.
We were kind of right about this place being a fishing town – the car park we had been directed to was slap bang in the working fishing ...