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... Ten miles and three tunnels later I found a spot to turn round and we returned to the correct exit and snaked down the hillside to the lake shore. At Camping Covelo the owner, Luca, hummed and hawed and eventually agreed to let us have a spot. With trepidation we followed him along a long narrow site until he showed us a spot right on the lakeside. We parked up with our caravan dining table just three feet from the lake. Splendid. We booked ...
... all this is likely
to change this week with more snow forecast before the resort closes
on 15th April. The wild flowers in the woods have appeared
overnight – Violets and Pensees, Helibores, Wood Anenomes, May
blossom, multi-coloured Speedwell, wild strawberries and several
others that I only have French names for. We had a tiny lamb born
under the pine trees next to wood pile in the middle of last week and
judging by the size of the bellies ...
... uvulas as a thousand tourists stood looking up and gawking at the amazing sights above. The inside of this church cannot be accurately described, at least by me. What Antoni Gaudi envisioned was a space of unmatched volume, supported by the fewest number of pillars that calculus would allow. As a result of years of experimentation using techniques of his own design, he built just a few massive columns that branch out as they rise and then branch out again to support ...
550 km, 550 km, pare um pouquinho, descanse um pouquinho, 560 km... Depois do dia de hoje, eu sinceramente estou na duvida se o Dudu me trouxe aqui para passar as férias.
A las dés de la manhana, nosotros pegamos la estradia rumo a Barcelona com doas pequeñas escalas. Andamos 250 km e fizemos a nossa primeira parada em Zaragoza que fica na região do Aragão. Lá visitamos a Aljaferia que era um Palácio Mouro e hoje abriga o Governo de Aragão. O Palácio é muito bonito ...
... amp; then when he saw a knife shop as we were heading to Santa Maria Basilica. We actually did lose someone at Santa Maria. He was travelling on his own. He’d told us he was from Santiago, Chile, but told the others he was from Armenia. As we were leaving to head back to the bus he told the guide he had to use the 'rest room’, but never appeared again. We waited for a while, and then just left! Luckily he had all his stuff with him. I was glad I’d been on the ...