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We wanted to see the Mediterranean Sea, but not with the crowds of Nice and the Riviera. A beach town close to the Spanish border that we could visit on our way to Barcelona was the perfect answer.
Collioure was historically part of Catalonia and the Catalan culture runs deep. The architecture is more Spanish than French. Signs and menus …
... waiting though, but really it went fairly quickly. It's crazy, well not really, but the more north you go, the colder it gets. But I'm talking drastically colder, it was actually freezing in Sant Celoni, and at Figurers it rained a fair bit, but someone I was lucky with my time and was in the Dali museo most of the time it was raining. The museum was actually gorgeous, I spent ...
... warm and muggy. Paul is still wearing his shorts and t shirt and we’ve had to turn the heating off in the van!!
St Cyprien is definitely a boat lovers town, the harbours were huge and crammed with expensive yatchs, and traditional fishing boats who sell their catch on the quayside every morning (if you get up early enough)! This is contrasted by the less glamorous high rise apartment buildings and the tacky seaside shops and ...
... pay like $1,500 extra, so le voila. So we will fly home from there. I am happy because I miss my kids, pups, fam & friends so much! We hope to be home by Thanksgiving or shortly thereafter. Try not to let anything truly dramatic happen till then, okay? Thanks. Love ...
... of these hotels ensures that every single unit has a beach and water view from a balcony.
I show these to show a time when we had tons of rain on the way from Barcelona to Madrid. This is the season when it rains in a largely arid land and the rains are evidently sufficient to provide for a major crop base. Nearly the entire distance of 350 miles between the cities was covered with crops.