Hotel Port Lligat
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... the instructions were 'pitch where you want' so we checked the compass and pitched facing South in reach of an electric hook up amongst what are clearly transitees either heading home or away. As I make this entry there are units moving off on their travels.
This morning is a walk into the local village with the dogs and a bit of downtime this afternoon catching some sun. This is the last of our short stays, Bonterra Park tomorrow is ...
... by huge eggs! Looked good though. There was an enthusiastic line up to enter, including bus loads of Chinese visitors, and it was somewhat crowded throughout the vast maze of rooms that poured forth all things Dali! This feast encompasses all manner of surprises, tricks, illusion and heavy symbolism. Humour and madness united. There was also the touching constant theme of depictions of his muse and wife Gala, his love of ...
... one on this road - Travel time was about 3 hours - Well worth it!! Great village set on a small harbour with numerous inlets and grottoes close by. when we drove in there was a HUGE car park and after circumnavigating the village via one way streets , that's where we ended up! Packed overnight bags as we had seen signs to our accommodation, but there is no parking in the town and most accommodations you reach by foot! When we reached Hostel Vehi ...
... she was actually quite attractive to look at, the more so because she uses sail power whenever possible. Named the Wind Surf, she disgorged several boat loads of Americans into the village for the day, so we did our stuff early and then withdrew to the peace and quiet of our house!
Wandering through the town on Friday, I turned a corner to an unusual smell of mowed grass....Rue de ...
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Due to the the size of Barcelona, and our reluctance to drive there, we caught a TGV fast train instead. It was a very quick and smooth journey, travelling at 200 kms/hour. We spent a long and pleasant day looking at the interesting architecture, exploring the laneways and quirky boutiques, (particularly fashion, jewelry and perfume) rambling along La Rambla watching street performers, lunching on paella ...