Ampuria Inn Hotel
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It's too gorgeous...so many views just waiting to be snapped!
Yesterday on my walk up to Fort Saint Elme, the windmill was going hell for leather.
It was built in the 13th century ....rolls off the tongue doesn't it....but when you think about it - hell's teeth!
It was used for grinding grain for a few centuries, and then fell into ...
Empuries was the furthest outpost of the Greek Empire and although it is not thought Hannnibal ever visited, legions of Romans used this spot as a disembarkation point for invasion. Greek and Roman ruins are evident. Whilst we were visiting, the exhibition in the local museum focussed on the sex lives of the Romans. Those racy Romans!
... New York, a couple from Derbyshire, two women from Brighton, a guy from Essex and the tour guide Dylan's dad, ranging in age from about 40 to 60+. We had a quick spin along the beach front, weaving in and out between people, small dogs and random street furniture. It's always a nervous time seeing who's super fit. Some of the folk were very quick but I know they are not always the ones who make it to the end.
... dinner drinkies, and we don't mind if we do, thanks !....360 degree views to the Pyrenees, the Chateau Royal, the church that sits in the water, the beach and the sea. Matisse, Derain and the Fauvistes thought it was a top spot, and who are we to disagree?
Markets are on Sundays and Wednesdays, with a great ...
... which TomTom abbreviated to "Pepi", but if all the towns we have visited were north eastern, English cities, Tours would be York, bustling Bordeaux would be Newcastle and Perpignan Darlington, according to Lois. It has such a rich history going back to the time of the Cathars, but the original Medieval walls and Cathedral have been demolished ...