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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... The southern archway is 70 mtrs high. In the 19 th century those in power started to build a road through the tunnell but it was destroyed by the great flood in 1875, so a road 2 mtrs higher was needed. Important archaeological discoveries started to emmerge. Remnants of the first residents of the caves 38000 years ago, now called the Aurignacian culture confirmed the arrival of the first modern man in Europe. After another 18000 years later (just yesterday really) ...
3am rising today. The shower water was lukewarm for some reason. Packed bags, Kevin and Maurice lugged them down stairs to the Taxi which picked us up at 4am. Simple checkin and boarding and an easy pleasant 2.5hr flight to Barcelona. No meals, so we all had a zizz. Lovely warm weather, pleasant, not humid or piercing sun like we have, and yet the temp was higher. Taxi to the apartment where we put our bags in ...
... be a separate country. The bad news is I still don’t know anything about it. I went there alright but after 2 hours of traffic madness in 34 degree heat and finding absolutely nowhere to park the van my stress levels were near critical so I gave up and drove back out. They actually have border crossings too which is the first time I’ve encountered that on this trip. I managed to try and drive off before I should have coming back into Spain which resulted ...
... and the track levelled out and we walked on and into a tiny village with a church and a few houses. Why it was there, or who used it, was hard to determine as there was hardly a soul in sight and no shops. However it was quite pretty and we visited the church, made friends with a few stray dogs (one looked just like Terry the Terrier) and started back down. Going down wasn't much better and our knees were soon quite sore from all the jarring and ...
... conspired to make forward/upward travel difficult. Indeed, this became the first day in which I had to dip into (and drain) my second water bottle, which was perhaps better than hauling its weight over every col as I had been doing. And for some reason, the kilometre markers in this climb noted how far we had come, not how many kilometres were left, so it was hard to gauge where I was, ...