Hotel Blau Mar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Rafa came to pick us up in his vintage car - 30 years old and we heard it coming about 3 minutes before we saw it. We started our day at the stables brushing and then tacking up the horses. Rowan's grey was so muddy it needed a shower to come clean. Our trek today was up and down some fairly steep stony paths....we just held on and let the ...
... for lunch, (and afternoon tea, the food just after afternoon tea, and after after afternoon tea ect.) but she caught up at a trot. Rowan's was quite lively but she held on well. We were going to go swimming but the pool had half a cover on!?
Now trying to work out if I can get the Boat Race on the TV before we head into the medieval town of Besolu for dinner.....
We left Montpellier and decided to stop at Bezier before heading into Spain. We were hoping that we would be able to visit a few markets. We found Les Halles market- (Paul and Ro may remember this), but were a little disappointed as not all the stalls were open. We may have been a little early. The tourist information centre nearby told us that the big markets were on Friday. We visited the ...
... AVE high speed train. It goes 300 km an hour and get you there in 90 minutes. It was so fun that we did an AVE-inspired day trip to Cordoba. That was three AVE hours -- but it was a lovely way to see a place we might have otherwise missed. We also had an interesting outing to the closest wine district in Requena, courtesy of our friend (and Henry's art teacher) Jenni.
There has not been much real school in the ...
... half of the 6th Century BC. In 218BC the Roman army landed at the port of Empuries with the aim of blocking land access to the Greek army. This was the process that started the Romanisation of the Iberian Peninsula and the Roman city was built next to the Greek city. In 1908 this archeological sight was discovered and they started excavating the site and it is ongoing. Only 25% of the site has been excavated. It is the ...