Hotel L'Ampolla Resort
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The campsite was very good but because it is surrounded by flooded rice fields and salt marsh it was plagued by mosquitos. We did get too many bites but they are annoying!
One thing we did do on the way to Eucaliptus beach was give Florance a much needed wash. We had filled up with fuel and got a deal on an automated car wash. With hindsight it was a bit of a gamble, but she came out clean and undamaged.
Last night's rain finally stopped at 10:30 and today is sunny but with a strong onshore breeze.
Walked and cycled the entire town as today was market day so I always like the hustle and bustle. The street traders are on all the side streets surrounding the municipal market.
I sorted my lunch and dinner ingredients with a bit of pointed and ...
Left Bellvei around 10:45 and had great plans to stop at Tarragona tonight but rain hampered negotiating around this very busy port/heavy commercial town. I'm trying to avoid big urban areas if possible. I found a gem of a spot for lunch parking....Roc de St. Gaieta which was beautiful. Sadly though there are a lot of businesses closed down or for sale, the recession in Spain must be taking it's toll. The small beach was deserted.I am uploading a few ...
... 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 ...
... later and finally locating the correct road out of town (a backroad instead of the highway) we took a breathtaking tour of the countryside. Miles and miles of vineyards; mountains with castles on every bluff; olive trees and, OMG!, a windy, narrow mountain road that could barely fit two cars passing each other. I was at the helm and Sue the navigator. Fun but risky! :-)
Then, typical of a Spain ...