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Travel Blogs from L'Ampolla
... beautiful countryside I have have seen, but all the time I was feeling that seeing it by myself and without Karen just made me sad. But it is stunning beautiful, I could have taken a day just to drive here, the only drama is that there were not a great deal of places were you could just pull over and enjoy the view.
Beceite itself is a truly beautiful village, old but having been restored, it has genuine character and you really know that you are ...
... Daroca we drove via Carinena to Belchit, where they have destroyed houses left behind from the Spanish Civil War as a Memorial. The lot was rather disappointing as it was really just a heap of rubble in a field, fenced off and forgotten especially after having seen what the French have done with Oradour sur Glane. From Belchite we drove along a little country lane to Alcaniz via Hijar. There was a stretch of about 40 Km. of steppe covered with lots and lots of ...
We knew this next place was gonna be a bit off the beaten track but when the Tom Tom took us 2 miles up a dirt track in the hills to some ruins we were a little concerned.. Eventually found where we were meant to be which was a small family run place up in the hills totally isolated.
Spent the afternoon by the pool listening to Marks story about the blister on his foot and how painful it has been.. Decided then to watch a dragon fly trapped in a spiders web try and free ...
... the whistles. The minute a lifeguard turned their back or attended to someone else, anarchy reined and dozens of kids would slide, throw and jump until the cranky one returned.
Each day there was a timetable of events, activities and sports on offer. Futbol, tennis, putt putt, bingo (Kimme), volleyball, dancing, aerobics, running, pool games etc. You name it. Every night there was well done entertainment from Mini discos for the ...
... meal where Jane had a fine
Seabream and I had a **** steak! Heyho.... Even my cheesecake was
“plastic”. Still, I made up for it by making the most of the
shot bottles they left on our table. I wonder which of the three it
was that made my trip back to the “amenities block” quite so