Hotel Restaurant Bon Retorn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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This part of the blog is going to be quite short in comparison, why? Not because things didn't happen, but that just today it was more a matter of experiencing those moments without having to always think about capturing them. This is more of a 'lessons learned' as summary of today and the whole trip, so here I go: 1. There are more than two places with the same name, don't just assume that the one you put in the sat nav will guide you to your chosen destination. 2. If you miss ...
... conversation that tested my Spanish to the fullest available extent, we departed with a smile. One note, we earlier found out that flies were a symbol of Girona, I'm wondering whether this came about due to an honest tradition or from the simple fact that there are flies EVERYWHERE. Don't get me wrong, Girona is a clean place, but for some reason the annoying little creatures love the Girona air, and my beer. Interestingly Helena had earlier mentioned about a place where they stick ...
... made, let's go to Llafranc. Despite an off-putting 1.5 hour drive, we did make the trip and it saved the day. On route I must admit I saw the most haunting playground, put it this way, there was a zip slide with a monkey attached and a giant elephant with no use apart from looking like it had just been frozen from a touring circus. Creepy clown heads and unrelated shiny characters completed the playground set that was wedged in-between ...
... progressed to the land of the rental cars - seemed smooth running, well, when papa had queued up for the CORRECT rental car company - apparently assuming you are at the right queue is not ok. Then the mission to find the upgraded car (Ford Focus, wahoo). It was quite liberating to find the car via the use of the practical 'remote control' technology. As we stood from one car park looking across to the other, we kept out fingers crossed ...
... attractive avenue, lined with tall Palm trees, and a wide stream running through town. There were some tourists, but not many. We shopped for some toiletries we needed, and looked for a suitcase. We got the former, but even at 50%25 off the suitcases were too expensive. We had a drink then dinner at 7pm across the road from our hotel. It cost 70 euro and the food, service, and physical facility didn't excite us despite feeling hungry. Neither did being surrounded by ...