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I got an email from Viator, a travel app, detailing a day trip from Barcelona to the Costa Brava. So I wrote down all the names of the places they would visit on this tour and off we went. The first place we drove into was called Calella de Palafrugell. They described it as a small coastal town, postcard perfect and to have your cameras ready to capture all the bobbing boats in the harbour. Well they were right, its very picturesque and ...
... in we had two guys hope on and serenade us half the way - for euros of course. They sung and played the guitar really well so I had to give them some money. Barcelona is a thriving pulsing vibrant city and bloody hot!!! We booked the hop on hop off tourist bus which was great. There was 19 stops on the orange route and 16 stops on the green route. On day one by 1pm we'd only done three! We left at 9am and got back at 7.30pm slightly jaded but having had a great day. Some of the ...
... Country to the North West, towns of Saint Feliu de Pallerols, Olot, Santa Pau (picnic lunch in view of this 12th century gem), Mieres, Banyoles, Girona. Beautiful deep blue skies, fab roads, great day out. As dusk fell wanderied the Ramblas and the ancient labyrinthine alleyways of the old Jewish Quarter, with elegant Rosata and tapas dinner. ...
To the old phrase " only mad dogs and Englishman go out in the midday sun", you may add KNBC cyclists. We headed off from Argele sur mer about 8 and headed down the coast. Spectacular scenery, but the idea that we were finished climbing quickly turned out to be a myth. Each village along the coast involves a descent with a subsequent climb on the other side. Just after we crossed the border we took the alternate route to avoid a tunnel which involved the ...
... flat, our route went out of its way to ensure we still had climbing to contend with: at one point it turned off a road where a sign announced "Girona 16km", and several climbs and kilometres later, made another turn to reveal "Girona 16km" yet again (on a different sign). Eventually, though, it joined the main highway for a Final Descent (presumably with our seattrays up and chairbacks in ...