Hotel Grevol Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... after the Prado in Madrid) for the town of Figueres. Yes, he could be outrageously bizarre but was also a skilled master with paint, brush and other mediums in a variety of styles. We had a mediocre menu of the day lunch near the museum at Creperie Breton (nice cider, though) which had some quirky decor. Its location to the next door establishment was not intentional besides they appeared to be closed at lunch ...
... to find the camp site. Fanny Anne took me to the back of a town near the French border and just dumped me, with no sign of a camp site. I tried re programming her and she took me about a 100m further on but still no sign, so I asked a man (in my best Spanish) and he directed me to the far side of the town about 3km away. His instructions were very clear but useless as there was still no camp site. So I drove on a bit and to my surprise saw a small sign indicating ...
... just a couple or so miles. It is of medieval origin and its ancient bridge is its most distinctive landmark. As this was our first intended stop in Spain, I had selected an image of the bridge from the Internet to use as the title pic for the blog. In real life it is very photogenic so it is tricky to select any one image but this is the best of mine. First task was morning coffee and the cafe was in the old district with a fine view of the bridge. Whilst ...
After the Auvergne, our next stop was Millau in the gorge of the Tarn and famous for its viaduct, for two nights but due to extortionate charge for wifi €4.50 for 12 hours decided against paying for a connection. Hence no blog entry but our stay was not without incident. Friday morning was market day in the town and an easy 15-minute walk from Les Rivages, our campsite. It is clearly the season for asparagus so that and a punnet of strawberries ...
... were headed to Vic! A train monitor entered our car and checked everyones tickets to see if they were valid. To our surprise our tickets were incorrect. The man made us pay 6 euros each. Which i was not very happy about. But in the end we made it safe and sound to Vic. Were I finally got to meet up with my friend Anna Garriga, a former exchange student about 2 years ago. We quickly picked up where we left off as we sat in a small café and had a lemon beer. It was so neat ...