Hotel Blaumar Cadaques
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We arrived in L'Estartit on Sunday 1st February and decided we might stay a week, the park was probably the best we have stayed in and it was time to chill for a bit. Yeh yeh, I know what you are thinking , chill, they are on holidays for goodness sake but sometimes even on holidays it is nice to not have to be somewhere or drive for hours. The break was just what was required. We arrived late in the afternoon and had a ...
... amount of time there, looking at most things twice. The architecture of the building was gorgeous too of course. However, the rest of the town was not really built as nicely, I think Barcelona and Lyon win on style of architecture, but it was still a nice place. I don't really think you need more than a day though to be honest, it's quite small. I also took the hike up to Castell de ...
Last day here. We are going to the caves this morning and then having paella for lunch, so keen to finally have some traditional Spanish food. Last night dinner was quite good, we went to a restaurant and had muscles which were so yum! Also some fish soup which was strange but good. It's sunny here today and looks like a beautiful day. Let's see how the day pans out ...
... quite similar, lots of relaxing, exploring and eating of course! We had crepes both days. I honestly don't know how people aren't fat here, they eat SO much sugary food, and also a **** load of oil. I would say they go through 4 litres of oil in a couple of months. The scenery is beautiful, everyone is friendly and it just has a nice feel about it. There are beautiful houses everywhere, I suppose this motivates me to get an amazingly high paid job so I can travel a lot ...
They say that ‘life begins at the end of your comfort zone’ well we certainly put that to the test on the journey to the south of France. We had spent a long time deliberating on the best route to take, we always have to weigh up the cost of taking the motorways which charge tolls but are much quicker against the longer more scenic routes. We also have to very careful to make sure that the roads are wide enough to accommodate ...