Hotel Restaurant La Placa
Travel Blogs from Garriguella
... towards Sans. Turned out the station connecting us was huge. 20 mins to go and we were still figuring out the correct line that would get us to Sans. Eventually after running around various floors of the station we found the right one. 10 mins to go with 3 more stops. One at Sans we ran to our platform to realise we were 2 mins too ...
... cobbled streets interrupted by semicircular arches, fašades with pointed arched windows and stone balconies. The town wall contains four square towers which date from the 4th century. The views of the Pyrenees across the fields of EmpordÓ and of the rocky coastline (with the Medes Islands) are from the Josep Pla viewpoint while the church is that of Sant Pere.
Calella de Palafrugell is a coastal town belonging to ...
... buildings (mostly apartments or seaside homes) on the other. We can well imagine sunbathers filling the beaches and lodgings during the high-season, but right now we are the only walkers on this lovely trail!
Back in the village, we happened upon a terrific restaurant, Can Leon, where we had a menu for €13 ea: delicious mussels ...
... Jewish synagogue and ritual bath that date back to the 12thC, a time before the Jews of Besalu were persecuted, ghettoized and eventually expelled. We were able to wander all around the town I impeded, as we were the only visitors around..not much going on there at this time of year, but lovely to see, nonetheless!
... of 'things' hanging from the walls and roof (like the yellow rowboat that is dripping blue-condom tears!), narrow passages lined with paintings, with mirrors reflecting the works onto walls, ceilings and floors, alcoves with a single painting, (usually very famous!), a whole room devoted to Mae West, and an intriguing painting of a naked Gala looking out to sea, that when looked at in a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking