Hotel l'Algadir del Delta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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The campsite was very good but because it is surrounded by flooded rice fields and salt marsh it was plagued by mosquitos. We did get too many bites but they are annoying!
One thing we did do on the way to Eucaliptus beach was give Florance a much needed wash. We had filled up with fuel and got a deal on an automated car wash. With hindsight it was a bit of a gamble, but she came out clean and undamaged.
... the Market of San Miguel. This ultra-cool wrought iron and glass building was packed with people sampling food and drink from different artisan producers. We tried cider, octopus, and salmon amongst other delicacies and fell in love with the place. If someone in Australia opened the same thing between 5pm and 10pm on a weekend, it would be an absolute goldmine…maybe one day.
The next day we headed towards the coast away from the stifling heat. We made it ...
... enjoying an ice-cream as we dawdled along.
We arrived in Barcelona at around 3.30 and were very happy to have a quiet few hours resting before we bumped into Daniel and Linda at reception and decided to walk into town together for a quick bite. The majority of the group had ventured out to one of the organised, but not included nights to ...
... perhaps Andalusian, and not to be messed with. He was snorting and rearing and was presenting himself in all his magnificence. We followed and were able to get ahead of them to take a video.
The lagoon area was a series of irrigation ditches and flooded rice paddies which were being newly planted. Not much to see there. The road was narrow, the sun hot overhead and a ...
... come around the bend and see, in the distance, the most magnificent castle structure imaginable! We subsequently learn that we are approaching Santes Creus with it's 12th century monastery which, among other things, houses the remains of two kings of Aragon. Very cool. Very awesome. We had to stop and take lots of pictures. We decided that, at this rate, we might not reach our destination until after midnight, so we had ...