Mar i Cel Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the instructions were 'pitch where you want' so we checked the compass and pitched facing South in reach of an electric hook up amongst what are clearly transitees either heading home or away. As I make this entry there are units moving off on their travels.
This morning is a walk into the local village with the dogs and a bit of downtime this afternoon catching some sun. This is the last of our short stays, Bonterra Park tomorrow is ...
... what is left will be preserved. However, there are signs to warn you not to visit on windy or wet days as great lumps of rock simply drop off and some are huge. There is a very large church at the base of the elevated castle and the inside does not match the out and is quite beautiful, we assume most of this splendour was paid for out of the tolls over the centuries. Apparently, 'the windows to murderesses are ones of a strengthened church' we ...
... The lady behind the bar said 2? so of course we said yes 1 each. We realised why she asked when they arrived, I ended up putting half of mine in a doggy bag, there were 4 different salamis, chorizo, pancetta, 2 different cheeses and sobrasada on bread, plus olives and onions! and all this for £7.00 each!!! As the weather isn't brilliant today, although no rain, we just had a quiet afternoon catching up on phone calls. ( and a short nap ...
... he should have had his glasses on!!! We sat and had our lunch by the patonque pitch over looking the water. Apparently the salt tolerant algae turns pink when the sun and wind are in the right direction. The salt was extracted from 1519 but has now fallen into decay and has been taken over by wild life, not just flamingos but storks and egrets too. We also found out today why there have been so many pots ...
Blue sky again, which does lift the sprits and we are off to find the sun and more warmth. We take it nice and gently, but as you can see we couldn't do it any other way, we let Pierre choose the appropriate gears, he is clever. Our altitude is 1600 metres above sea level and the sea is where we are heading. The roads are a pretty good and wide enough until you pass through the mountain villages and you do say a quiet prayer. (Even me) It is not every day that you ...