Travel Blogs from La Selva del Camp
... to get here from the highway so it's a bit remote. We will likely hibernate in the sun for a few days, and enjoy our last few days of family fun.
There is a really neat BBQ type thing here...cooked some salmon on it tonight. It was so fun!
I'm really looking forward to being home in a few days!
Now back to the pool....
Today dawned bright and sunny.
Els Ports campsite is new to ACSI and only charges 12e per night. As it is so remote there is no WiFi. There were several MH's there when we arrived, Dutch, Spanish and French. Checking in was interesting as the owner and his wife only spoke Spanish!
The Spanish teenagers were still running around shouting to each other at 4am + this morning! Luckily we had already decided to move on.
Vilanovapark is a very large, very well organised site with mostly statics and chalets. It is immaculately kept, like a lovely park, with 2 outdoor ...
... The first was 303 metres long and the sign said it had automatic lighting – well it wasn’t working. The tunnel had a gentle curve to it so about half way through it was pitch black as any light from the entrance disappeared and the exit yet to appear. I had to get off my bike and walk as it really messed with my balance as well as my psychological well-being. I don’t like tunnels no matter how well lit and that combined with the unknown ...
... haircut incident ). As it is such a great place to be, there are quite a few longer stay people here who from what I saw on the T.V. once, do resemble the cast of Cocoon, a bit leathery and brown, but nice people all the same... Right, that's enough of the tourist guide. Off to drink sea water, chase tennis balls and try to do something about this haircut to try and attract the Spanish ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility