Hotel L'Ampolla Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... come in from the kitchen. He spoke limited English, but wanted to go through the menu with us. He was clearly excited about the menu and after hearing what was to come, we perked up. What did follow was a six- or seven-course meal, with each course better than the one before. All of us were simply gushing about the quality of the food as we savored every course. This was, by far, our best meal in Spain, and was on par with the meal we had at Sessente in Lisbon. ...
... of trying not to. The Catalan flag was flying everywhere and displayed on balconies everywhere we went. In fact, I was not to even see a Spanish flag until we arrived at our hotel in Barcelona two days later, it was flying at a lower pole than the Catalan flag, on equal level with the EU flag. During the course of our time in Spain...sorry, Catalonia...we would have multiple occasions to speak with locals about the situation, and it was all ...
... might have been able to turn around, but as it was, there were several cars there. My only choice seemed to be to back all the way back down the hill and park in the church square. Still not knowing what the stairs I hit looked like, or even where they were, I did not relish that idea in the least.
Sitting at one of several outdoor tables, on a patio across for the hotel, was a small group of who we later learned were fellow hotel guests, ...
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 ...
... the Market of San Miguel. This ultra-cool wrought iron and glass building was packed with people sampling food and drink from different artisan producers. We tried cider, octopus, and salmon amongst other delicacies and fell in love with the place. If someone in Australia opened the same thing between 5pm and 10pm on a weekend, it would be an absolute goldmine…maybe one day.
The next day we headed towards the coast away from the stifling heat. We made it ...