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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... wine Lambrusco rosa wine Chocolate croissant Spinach pasty thingy that was a mix between samosas and fill pastry A lot of orange juice Rockford goats cheese And a lot of beer, wine, more wine, more cocktails and even when I try slushy lemon cocktail at an outdoor cafe.... And my favourite, Jamon flavoured crisps, which taste exactly like beef chips in South Africa....something I've missed for 17years! And I've only been eating 2 meals a day :) From a 1,000 satisfied taste buds ttyl ...
... met Damo and Heaths other friends who they were traveling with and they were all very sweet. We went to two bars before we got separated; once that happened some of us left to get some food and after the third bar I left to get some much needed sleep. Since I didn't have any hostels booked or ideas on where to go (I had to make my way back to Germany), Sivan, Leor and I decided to hitchhike with the guys tomorrow. They said they ...
... from England, as well as one of the guys (a gator!) that is in our fish extender group. We first tried the regular old gin martini with olive, completely disgusting! Then a vodka one.. Called a martini Gibson or something. The cast member running it was hysterical! Next a very sweet pomegranate passion fruit one, which of course I liked. Them a Washington apple with crown Royal and some apple picker or something. Good too. Last was ...
... crowded and authentic. The house special was divine: salty, sardine fillets fried in oil with generous crushed garlic and herb. The tiny fillets balanced on sliced baguette, washed down with small cervesa were perfect. More people cowded in and we all squeezed together in the narrow bar space. Next we chose mini fried quid in black ink. Chewier texture, with the same distinctive garlic and herb dressing these were fabulous. Time to make space for some other people, ...
Got up after a rather restless sleep on a lumpy mattress. Kids had another swim, then we hit the road.
First stop was Figueres for the Salvador Dali Museum. This had been something Steve had wanted to do although I must confess it was pretty amazing and it was a shame that the kids weren't particularly interested, so we couldn't stay long. The place was ...