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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... of the longer stays.
We took a walk into the local village, Capmany, this morning, found the cafè/bar and got an ice cream and found the deli and got lunch, a nice walk around the narrow streets before we headed back to the site. After lunch we had a game of pétanque and chilled out in the sun. This evening we will pack up ready for our move tomorrow for the first of our longer stays.
Next stop Benicassim, 260 miles. More to ...
... amp; heavily terraced with a maze of dry stacked stone walls. These hills were dotted with olives, stone shepherds huts and a couple of vineyards.
Space is at a premium in these little towns so buildings are pressed together, making it hard to for us to actually see our hotel. We were greeted by an elderly lady who spoke no English and a Fawlty Towers type interaction ensued. Later a more hip woman gave us the ...
... on the road between Rome and
Cadiz. A Jewish presence was established early and flourished for centuries. The Franks began the rollback of the Moorish empire in 797 and the building of churches began in earnest as small Christian kingdoms got established. Persecution of the centuries old Jewish community got energised by a massacre in 1397 and thereafter with depressing regularity through ...
... he didn't speak English but could tell by our smiles and gestures that we were impressed! Morning of the 28th we Skyped Sharpies daughter Peita for her 40th birthday and got ready to drive to Nice 580 klms away and drop the Europcar back!! Monica our hostess told us we MUSTvisit the lighthouse in the Parc Natural just 10 mins away - ha ha - 2 hours later after seeing some awesome rock formations, rugged coastline and ocean views. The amount of ...
... the sun! This town would be great for a hash run with the many alleys and stairs. At night on our balcony the moon was almost full and the water, castle and anchored small boats looked magical! We are now onto Cadaquez up the coast 120klms - we heard about it from a Florida couple we talked to in the street, Salvador Dali lived and painted there for many years!! the medieval castle and village dates back to the 14th ...