Hotel NL Sabinanigo
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... such a homage to his work and soooooo prolific. Was great to see and wonderful start to Barcelona for the next 5 nights. Drive down from Pyrenees through more snow fields and huge mountain sides, narrow roads with hairpin turns went on for 20ks nonstop. Staying at a very quirky hotel tonight just down from Dali musuem, photos will follow later but sleeping with an elephant, not nick, tonight and also a clown outside our ...
Morning wake-up was at 6 am. Pamplona comes alive at night. The streets were filled with people of all ages partying until late last night. Luckily I went to bed relatively early as it was a long day of walking today. I covered about 24 km in hot weather. Fortunately Spain is civilized enough to feature cerveza at rest stops. And when many of the fellow pilgrims are Europeans - a cerveza break is ...
... roads, depressing (even in summer), pay and park everywhere, and I believe there is even a **** tax these days. The place is just covered with litter with
roadsides, car parks, public places generally, needing cleaning. And those bloody hedgerows on rural roads. You get no view of the country side you are driving through. I could go on!!!
If you enjoy seeing the odd example of native fauna like we do, you will be disappointed. The only wildlife we saw ...
... a few hours later I turned back, having spotted an abundance of lizards and having officially crossed the border into Catalonia. Peter - now much happier being back on roads that his inappropriate sports bike enjoyed again - joined me for a beer as we watched the Real Madrid/Athletico Madrid derby match later that evening. I even got to ring the cowbell to celebrate Athletico's second goal! TV again and a day off all at once, it was pure ...
... of cannelloni and another unusual dish somewhat resembling a terrine? He almost regretfully allowed this.
I'm sure I then took his advice and ordered what sounded like a sausage-based dish only to find I was delivered the alternate chicken dish (I reckon they most have faced a sausage overrun). We'd initially had to wait for he to deal with a group of Camino-walkers and were parched by the time his attention turned to us. And just as we were about to depart, he ...