Hotel Blaumar Cadaques
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- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... their own way, except for Talia's Nemo who stopped for elevenses every time she relaxed the reins. The back drop of the Martes Plain and the snow capped Pyrenees in the distance was spectacular.
When we got back Rafa gave us a demonstration of pole bending (slalom on horseback) which was hugely impressive - then we all had a go, which ...
... atmosphere. After checking into our hotel we walked the streets and investigated this picturesque spot. Dinner was at a gorgeous place called Le Tremail where we tried some escargot (snails) and seafood. To our surprise, the kids loved the snails and asked for more after trying them. Great stuff kids! Of course they finished with some creamy chocolate and vanilla ice ...
... of late. Leading up to the community celebrations of Fallas, our school had a Dia de la Familia, then a full week of school competitions and happenings. Sam's team took first in football (soccer). Henry bravely pursued the poetry recitation contest, ending up second out of 140ish kids, the only boy. He also received a lovely honor -- Best Sportsman (athletics, attitude and cooperation) for grade 4. For a kid who had many (many!) ...
... a wander but nothing too heavy. On Monday morning we decided to walk into town, probably around 20 minutes to see what was happening, well, nothing. It is amazing but everything seems to close down, there are hundreds and hundreds of units and apartments that are closed for the winter, they generally won't open until April/May, same as the restaurants and shops, it is quite eerie walking through an almost empty town. ...
... br> Our journey back to France was a bit of a nightmare due to very high winds all of the way, not much fun in a high sided vehicle. As we neared the French border we glimpsed the snow capped Pyrenees and gave a huge sigh of relief, this is where we belonged. We pulled into a gorgeous campsite with great views of the Pyrenees, located just before the pretty town of Ceret and after lunch we set out for a wander to get our bearings. The nearest village was only a ten minute ...