Travel Blogs from Calella De Palafrugell
... settled on the baked apple ice-cream.
As Video Girl and Battery Boy walked from Rocamolesc, the exhausted shop assistant pulled the steel grille down across the front of the shop. Video Girl spun around as the metal grille hit the footpath and asked, "Why are you closing, it is still early?" "No mas de helados.", she murmured.
Video Girl and Battery Boy finished the day by walking to the northern boundary of the old town and scaling ...
... I've only got ham and cheese baguettes left.", causing the ash on the end of her cigarette to break free and fall into a display of croissants. Suffice to say, ham and cheese it was!
By now Video Girl had returned and they continued driving towards Figueres. As each kilometre passed the level of anticipation and excitement rose. As they took the Figueres exit ramp from the A64 Battery Boy could **********tain himself. Once again the parking fairy ...
... the park before bed. Sunday 1/6 Ola! A pinch and a punch. Started my day watching the Hawks 'get over the line' against a plucky GWS. Lib and the boys took an early morning stroll to the beach and then it was football. Real football. Australia v Espanol. Smashed but like the Aussies will do at the World Cup, we gave it our best. The young bloke who works here, Jaryd, has two admirers in Lou and Jules. He takes the time to chat with them ...
... as France, fortunately it was close, with many aires around and generally lots of places where you could park up for the night – although we suspect once summer really hits, a lot of beach car parks might be off limits. It was easier to get free water in Spain than France which was an added bonus. The sights themselves for wild camping in Spain were a lot better than expected. We had some ...
... far end: You can actually walk past it and all the way back to the campsite according to the Cheltenham receptionist; before putting us off by mentioning that 2km of that was uphill! Instead we turned round, walked to the other end of the promenade and treated ourselves to a beer. Carefully selecting a bar with free wi-fi access!
The thing that hasn’t changed about Lloret is there isn’t really a lot to do apart from sit on the beach, drink and eat: which ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed