Hotel La Sala De Camos
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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Last day here. We are going to the caves this morning and then having paella for lunch, so keen to finally have some traditional Spanish food. Last night dinner was quite good, we went to a restaurant and had muscles which were so yum! Also some fish soup which was strange but good. It's sunny here today and looks like a beautiful day. Let's see how the day pans out ...
... Andreu has his little tantrums every now and then, and won't move, but all in all this trip had been fab so far. I really enjoyed doing some physical activity, it's getting good. We had lunch at the holiday house, and then watched tv a bit, which was quite boring, relaxing though. We are now back here after visiting the Christmas markets, which even though small, we're quite lively with lights and music. I bought some earrings at the town they were at, Bagur. ...
So after two weeks in Pals we have now moved 20mins South to a Spanish Aire, full of Motorhomes from many different countries, probably over a 100. We really enjoyed the luxury and freedom of having a hire/loan car from Kevin from Woko's... This enabled us to explore more of the area this time and we all benefited as Tia got here coat cut, I had my haircut and Linda had Wifi every night at Woko's Bar and Kevin's super fast internet connection... The ...
After a night in the French Alps we decided to push on and get to Spain, we started the day 9degrees and raining hard, eventually arriving in Spain at 4.45pm with the sun and 18degrees, a lovely way to finish the day... Both tired after a long week we had hot showers and enjoyed a nice meal and a ...
... and home.
So - the reader may ask - was this an ‘Everest’ event? Was this like climbing an 8000m peak? You know, now that I've done it, I don’t think it was. There was no freezing cold, no helpless struggle for breath, painful thirst, fear of death, etc. On the contrary, there was a warm bed every night, good food, a glass of wine or beer, warm sunshine, plenty of food and support during the day. The ...