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
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 ...
... for road space.I can see why the coast is so built up because the mountains and hils are only 3 miles from the coast everywhere so everyone is trying to be near the water. That is why I went inland on Sunday then you can see more rural settings.
In spite of the economy the Spaniards are developing the road network all the time and the high speed rail line is being extended southwards as I passed today.
That's it at 16:55 from the Mediterranean.
... resident stray cats for company. We are camping here for three nights and heading off on the bus for day trips out during our stay. As there wasn't much going on we decided to have a walk up the beach. We found one bar open and had a small beer (Estrella) each (€2.20). After an hours walk we finally ended up near the campsite in the local Indian restaurant (Sue was happy) before heading back to our very quiet ...
While i waited for my colleague i sat outside as it was beautiful out for winter and enjoyed a nice glass of wine. I was caught off guard by a homeless man speaking italian to me and was so shocked i handed over some Euros and he went on his way.. Once my colleague met me we walked the typical tourist street Las Ramblas and saw a street market and then went to a nice local spot ...
... were given the task of bonfire duty as the wind was deemed suitable and there was loads of tree cuttings on the terraces which needed to be burnt. Mandy loves bonfires so off she went, in her element to find the best spot and build her fire, whilst Paul set about cutting the mountain of trimmings into small pieces to keep the fire ‘small and containable’ because the last thing we wanted was the whole olive grove to go up! All was going well and the pile ...