Travel Blogs from La Selva del Camp
... walk the kilometre or so up to the hill town of Arnes which looked interesting.
When we got there the streets seemed deserted.
There was a lovely old church and town hall and very narrow streets.
There was the usual group of old men sunning themselves by the ...
... indoor swimming pool.
Everything is centralised and it is a very long walk to the Laundry, shop (for bread) etc.
it is not really 'our' sort of site
We left Vilanova and headed down the free road to Tarragona, then via the free Autovia to Reus, and then on to the scenic ...
... br> What is it called when you are over exposed to your worst nightmare with the aim being to desensitise you (could it be desensitisation therapy??). Anyway, today proved that it works to some extent. We cycled on the via verda but going the other way – downhill. After my tunnel experience a couple of days ago, I was armed with a bike light but still dismayed at having to go through my first tunnels within metres of starting the ride. This time however ...
... fact that I was coming back from the beach carrying a lot of salt water and sand. Now this did not particularly bother me and I had tried to help by consistently going under the campervan into the shade and getting myself covered in the newly applied Waxoyl , in an effort to waterproof myself, ( which was totally unappreciated ) but this seemed to cause the other two a bit of concern, so ...
Had a lovely time but couldn't wait to get on the road again, we watched the sunrise had a cuppa and were on the road for 8am en route to Peniscola, it was so nice there we decided to go back for another night and another Chinese meal! Acting like locals we decided we would try to avoid the toll roads as they virtually double in price for the holidays so we hit the dual carriageway and headed into the hills. The scenery was stunning ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility