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The rain last night came down in stair rods, we had music playing almost at full volume and could just hear it, it finally stopped at about 2am and what a relief. This morning is bright and clear and the sun is beginning to caress the mountain tops above the city and dry things out. Amazingly, the camp site is almost dry and you wouldn't know that we must have had a good 2-3 inches of rain. Do you remember Jayne wanted a run around on ...
... to put you at ease and we do feel very relaxed. The sky's are looking quite dark from the Spanish side and we have certainly had the best of our 3 days, so it's time to head back, as it happens just in time as the few spots become more frequent and 20 mins later the mountains have nearly disappeared, but it will settle the dust. Oh, and we got the washing washed and dried, in case you wondered ...
... given a drink, all for 3€, we stills can't get over prices especially here, diesel is 84cents! (62p). Wandered back through town popping into various shops to look, they all take their dogs in, so another new experience for Tess. Then realised it was 2.30pm so stopped for some tapas. Start of with Ola and finish ordering with mercie beaucoup!! Wish everyone spoke the same language, especially here, most speak Spanish. Time for a ...
... very brown and practical. Now it's so bright and up to date, modern art dotted here and there, tall glass office blocks and shops and the cars are taken away from the centre, much nicer. Looks like even the river has had a refurb, with the banks being reinforced and and lovely walk way besides it. We found the shopping area and stocked up on our duty free and one or two bits, then realised we had walked further than intended and had to carry it all ...
... look at Besalu, a once important regional town with remnant walls, ramparts and a fantastic fortified medieval bridge. Another sad story of a once thriving Jewish community that fell to persecution. It is now a very relaxed cafe lined place basking in pleasant sunshine, belatedly acknowledging those whose lives were blighted by madder times.
On we went through mountain beauty to Ripoll, a rather ungarnished looking town where we sought lunch. Not ...