Hotel Mas De Ferre
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- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... Wildly picturesque little hamlet, beautiful setting, views far out across the rolling verdant plains. Tapas and rosado in the old square and Mexican-Spanish style accommodation for the night. Monday early evening: we drink chilled rosada from the ice bucket in the ruins of our pension room, Songs From A Room wafts down the corridors from our locale. No one wanders languidly past our open door. Today we visited the ...
... we were to visit the town, the hairdresser mentioned a good patisserie and that was our first port of call for coffee and cake after parking up. Then we set off to explore the narrow, cobbled streets of the old town, built on a sandstone hill, giving fine views across the surrounding countryside. Midway up the street between buildings you come across a massive sandstone boulder precariously perched at an alarming angle. At the very top are ruins of the old castle and ...
... walking through the streets at 22:00 hardly a sound.
I'm fascinated by the fact that time has stood still in these places while every Irish village and town has been ravaged by modernity (and maybe back again!) these places seem timeless, Mary and I had our honeymoon in Greece in 1981 and I can picture every street in Paros/Ios and even Santorini. Good night because I'l be up at 7.
... bit of copying other customers.
Went to the beach to sort out lunch. All you mariners that think the mediterranean is a pond don't be fooled by that image. The sea wall outside the port is 9 Metres high.......and that must be for a reason. Judge by one of the pictures! Going up the hills slightly to a free spot tonight as I like the smaller ...
... After that I bypassed Tarragona and drove for 2 hours down to a commercial park. However for €10 you get electricity and WiFi included. A good few of the campers look like they stay for a good bit of the Summer, again from France, Germany etc.
A word about the roads....they are fantastic. I have excluded toll roads now from the satnav but the ordinary road is dual carriageway in several parts. The trucks are using it a lot too so expect ...