Hotel Port Lligat
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- Swimming pool
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... estate aside a busy dual carriageway. Other interesting points of interest, certainly not found on a TomTom Sat Nav, included a sign for 'Panda Renting', I kid you not. I also saw a sign shaped like the flag of Catalunya that basically said "do we want to be part of Spain", "no or no", says it all. After passing what must of been 100 reasonable sized flags and a few pathetic yellow cotton decorated trees we reached our ideal destination. ...
Cadaques, Costa Brava, Spain
One of those little towns only seen in the movies, secluded
from the outside world, a dot along the Mediterranean coast that no one would
dislike. Beautiful white villas caress the long coastal footpath mixed in with
amazing restaurants that serve a bounty of seafood and tapas. Tapas takes a bit
of getting used to but once your taste buds have acquired all the different
tastes you start to think “why ...
... out and showed me where to park the car. I had to unlock a combination lock and drop a chain. Then I had to insert a key in to a lock on a pole, raise a gate and pull the car into a space that a Smart car could barely fit into. You have to stop traffic on the road while you are doing this. I had Stacy jump out and do it, while cars were stopped and honking at us. Luckily there was no car next to us. ...
... the 9.7km mark. It took us about 1.5 hours to tour the museum, we both came away with a better appreciation of the master impressionist that is Salvador Dali. He built the castle for his muse, Gala, and they a both lived in the castle that was built for her.
After we completed the tour of the museum, we made a decision to head back to Monells, as thunderstorm clouds were looming and we want to get a few pictures of the ...
... bits like shopping and a long lunch, it was time to sightsee. Driving along the foothills of the Pyranees, we saw villages on the side of the mountains. Reaching La Boulou, we walked round the streets. Lots of restaurants and cafés. Then back via Villalongue dels Monts. This was one of those mountainside villages. Tiny little roads but some ...