Hotel Port Lligat
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... to beach- Si blew up the inflatables and we were sorted! The med has to be my fav sea.. Sandy warm and doesn't get too deep too quick, so lots of swimming! We now have a beach bat and ball rally of 329!!! Each day we had to beat our previous rally to get an ice cream and 329 is our final score to date. Yesterday we played tennis on their lovely courts... I actually won the first game!! Yeahyyy!!! But the victory was short lived due to Simons skills! We would usually get back ...
Checked out of our paris home and had a casual journey to gare de Lyon - till I realised the train went at 10.07 not 10.30! Luckily we just made the train! Our first class seats were spacious though not all together and no table. Rich played loads of cards while I got up to date with this. Easy journey to our ...
... since we've managed to anchor a fair bit and therefore save precious money we will invest our savings in a water maker so that next year we don't have to worry so much and can do laundry as necessary; rinse after dipping in salty water; do dishes daily etc etc.
Saturday 1 August
August already can you believe it?
Last night we enjoyed a thunderstorm and proper rain (we've not seen proper rain since Lisbon back in April). The wind was pretty ...
... for the solar panel but electricity is included in the price so no big deal.. We got semi set up and headed to the shop to get some dinner. BBQ was the most obvious choice and nice and easy so we tucked into that with plenty of San Miguel to wash it down. The campsite supermarket is great, dirt cheap for booze and pretty reasonable for everything else, the strong pound against the euro is really helping this year!! We eventually decided to put the awning up as someone on ...
... in the early 1920's with such art-mates as Pablo Picasso, Joan Miro, and others who dabbled in Surrealism. In 1929 he met the woman who would become his soulmate, wife and muse, Gala. The majority of his work from that time on became centred on Gala, and bits and pieces of her can be found in almost all his major accomplishments. Not only was he a painter, but he mastered filmmaking, ...