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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... The wild roses were rampant and I could smell them long before I saw them - I wonder why our wild roses at home don't smell like the French ones. At the top of the hill was a tiny hamlet with a pretty church, it all seemed perfect, and then I drove off and left it all behind!
I felt rather euphoric with the beauty of it all and this was enhanced when I stopped off at my first French supermarket of the trip. Those of you who know ...
... s when I started to have a tantrum of my own. I pretty much told the jumped up little sh*tbag that if he didn't let us in with the changing bag, and our son had a number 2, the smell would A) melt all of the normal clocks in the building, B) further melt the already melted ones, and C) cause a mass evacuation, and therefore a stampede. He relented. Finally inside the museum, we located a dreaded tour group, one of those with the guides with table tennis bats who's members ...
... see that a few couples are dotted about on tables. Order beers, a menu is plonked in front of us. We say we enjoy a beer first. Big mistake, next thing we know the guy is shutting up shop and plonking a bill in front of us. It shuts before we get a chance to say Entrecôte. Hungry we return to Elvis for a jar of pasta sauce some pasta twirls, some fried onions and a lump,of grated cheese. After 32 very tough miles on a bike and a hike round the village anything will do! Good ...
... to France. We finished off the day with a nice dinner in the hotel restaurant and then went back to our room and slept in the biggest bed we've had so far. Sunday May 17th We needed a bit of culture to finish off the week so we went to the Salvador Dali Museum. The reason we'd come to Figueres, apart from the fact that it was on the way, was so we could visit this museum. Figueres was Dali's birthplace hence the museum. We walked down to the museum, it was a little ...
... Felines quite Aire was absolutely the best place to rest up for the day and we did. Nobody but us. The real disappointment for me being crook is that these were the mini mountains that Clive had mapped out a route for me to ride. Let's see what tomorrow brings! Even being up as high as 484 metres the temperature reached 26.C today but at least there was a light breeze. Ironically the mountain I had in mind to climb today was (wait for it) The Col Du Prat. And so I ...