Hotel L'Ampolla Resort
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from L'Ampolla
... lengthy descriptions of each room in English. The buildings date back to the 1100's, and is it still an active monastery today. One monk was leading a tour group from Gate1 -- the company we used in Ecuador, whose bus was parked outside. It was the only organized tour group we saw during our entire time in Priorat. We also watched as they set up the lunch room -- which looked the dining hall at Hogwarts from Harry Potter.
The church proper was very nice, ...
... The drive there was memorable enough, but the tiny village was spectacular, all ensconced within ancient walls and necessitating a hike down and up to even reach the outer gate. It made for some good picture taking.
We stopped in a few other scattered villages during the morning, but we had an appointment to keep at noon. Jeff had befriended two brothers who run a winery in the village of Poboleda. Jeff has known them for more than a ...
... take much inducement to have me sit down and begin relaxing, content in that I would not be dealing with the van again until morning.
The hotel has a small restaurant, which literally only opens when there are guests who ask to eat there. No other restaurants in the town are even open for dinner. The Rieckhoffs attested to the quality of the food, and I had no desire to drive again that day, so we wandered down for dinner around 9:00pm -- when ...
The are not many stretches of the Mediterranean coast that have not been developed but this area is still relatively unspoilt by apartment blocks and holiday villas. It is also an unusual habiat as most of the delta region is used for growing rice as they have plentiful supply of water from the Rio Ebro. We sayed at the campsite at L'Eucaliptus where there is just a small town on the coast and little else. There are also a ...
... perhaps Andalusian, and not to be messed with. He was snorting and rearing and was presenting himself in all his magnificence. We followed and were able to get ahead of them to take a video.
The lagoon area was a series of irrigation ditches and flooded rice paddies which were being newly planted. Not much to see there. The road was narrow, the sun hot overhead and a ...