La Costa Golf & Beach Resort
Travel Blogs from Pals
... 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 ...
... city's patron saint. To celebrate their victory the French soldiers desecrated the tomb of St. Narcissus. A vast swarm of flies appeared from the tomb and attacked the soldiers. According to Bernat Desclot, a monk from Ripoll who recorded this event in 1288, the flies entered the nostrils and the anuses of the horses, which drove them so crazy that they fainted and fell. The casualty was calculated up to 4,000 horses and ...
... go through the mountains to the coast...luckily I took my car-sick pills, as the road was pretty challenging and steep, steep! We stopped in the medieval village of Cruilles to see the old castle, and literally got locked into the site by a grumpy workman! As we walked into the castle grounds, the men who were renovating the interior came out and closed ...
Writing this one primarily to get the map-pin on my blog site!!
Drove out on a day trip to Besalu today to take a gander at the very well-preserved 10th & 11th century-built medieval town. The tall 11thC 'Pont Fortificat' (Fortified Bridge) spans the Rio Fluvia and the pretty stone town climbs up the hill behind it. The ...
... world, filled as it is with funky statues and bits and pieces of eclectic artwork.
We were gob-smacked as we wandered through this Alice in Wonderland place, everywhere you looked there was something more to see, no amount of staring could take in all the detail. There were rooms devoted to his early works (rather normal-looking!), huge murals painted on walls, sculptures, models ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service