Maria del Mar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... and a lot of good food and wine!
We started at Mas les Comelles, north west of Girona - a working farm, including the smell of the cows, with beautiful accommodation, great food and attentive hosts. Then on to Finca Bell Lloc - a winery at the end of a dirt road about 10 km inland from Palomas to the south east of Girona. The main house had been renovated with fantastic taste and the winery was an architectural wonder that was ...
... and today was pretty tame. We even had time today for some relaxation! The first two days we stayed in Madremanya. Near the church where, yes, the bells chimed all night long every 15 minutes. We've seen medieval villages a bunch, and toured the castle that Salvador Dali bought for his wife. After she was established there, she required him to get written permission from her to ...
... assistant discovered this when the couple behind passed through security. "No sir, you can't bring a bottle of wine in your hand luggage, even though you have nicely packaged up all your toiletries in a clear plastic bag. That's it, blog over and what an experience it was. Just remember that Girona is a lovely, expensive, rude, determined, delightful, plain and different place. If you can make your mind up and go after that ridiculous summary of words - good on you. Over and ...
... in a sandwich and toast it - we was told it was something we HAD to do before leaving Girona. Whether she was on commission or had a tongue that lacked the ability to measure richness I do not know, but that sandwich was RICO. The place resembled a small part of Tim Burton's mind academy and seemed to boast this in it's prices, but it was different and certainly an experience, be it untidy. During my Spanish conversation with the girl behind the bar, I did manage the ...
... seaside town of Llafranc was welcoming with thousands of pine trees and a cove just small enough to host a port and a couple of hundred travellers. After a few drinks and a light snack we proceeded to taking in the last day rays and was convinced by a rather small sign to take a walk to a nearbyish lighthouse. The winding steep roads led us to the closed lighthouse, but did gives us a view of both coastlines before and after Llafranc. As ...