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... defence and also as a display of prehistoric finds that have been made. The displays and art are not real, of course, but examples have been found there.
There is a story of the daughter of a family linked to an uprising who exposed it to the French because she was in love with one of the lieutenants. Her father was beheaded!
The second cave, Les Grande Canalettes,is huge, some parts only discovered ...
... a grass snake! Just when I was thinking my Tintern first aid course may be put to good use, we discovered that these snakes were non-venomous and mainly eat mice. What a relief!!
We saw some of Picasso's ceramic creations and oil paintings at the Modern Art Museum in Céret where many famous artists lived during the early 1900s. During WW2, other famous artists took refuge there. The town is also famous for the first cherry ...
... les Bains and then back over the hill to the campsite.
The walk wasn't too taxing. There was a small dolmen on top of the hill going towards Corneilla. The sky was black for much of the day and it was very humid but stayed dry. We wandered through the steep narrow streets of the old town of Vernet Les Bains before ascending the hill back to our valley.
It thundered a little just as we arrived back at the campsite but brightened up ...
... going to Ripoll was to visit the Tourist Office to get some information on walking. Once we finally found it (it may be a small town but it is very disorientating) we were directed to a number of book shops where we may buy a map – just as they were all closing for the long lunch breaks the Spanish enjoy.
Whilst waiting for the shops to open, we decided to cycle to St Joan de les Abadesses along a disused railway, about 10 km away. We had a quick cycle around ...
... moltes vegades, sobretot al Decathlon a repostar de mitjons i altres peces del nostre equip de viatgers. I com que a Vic era el Mercat del Ram i feia bo, va ser molt bonic poder comprar les palmes i passejar. El diumenge de Rams, després d'anar a missa amb els pares vŕrem tornar a Vic a dinar molt bé a CalU: Érem tretze! Després vam anar a passejar per Vic que és una ciutat preciosa perň sempre que hi anem és per comprar i no ...
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