La Isla Del Golf
Travel Blogs from Pals
... walls that have protected Girona from enemies for centuries, to watch the sun set.
As the night sky darkened and the town lights began to shine like dinoflagellates in a black lagoon Battery Boy turned and lovingly looked into Video Girl's eyes and whispered, "What are you thinking about?" "I'm hungry, let's eat.", was her response.
A couple of gin and tonics and a plate of garlic gambas is the perfect midnight night cap before going to bed.
... Boy very happy but now he was concerned that his efforts to restore her appetite had now gone too far.
As quick as the desserts arrived at our table they disappeared and as Video Girl stared at an empty plate she would shout, "More food, more food, I love my food, I love my desserts, I even love coffee!"
Battery Boy sat opposite Video Girl with his head in his hands, "What have I done, I've created an eating monster."
... the park before bed. Sunday 1/6 Ola! A pinch and a punch. Started my day watching the Hawks 'get over the line' against a plucky GWS. Lib and the boys took an early morning stroll to the beach and then it was football. Real football. Australia v Espanol. Smashed but like the Aussies will do at the World Cup, we gave it our best. The young bloke who works here, Jaryd, has two admirers in Lou and Jules. He takes the time to chat with them ...
... including a massive regional park with many lakes and free toilets, a hideaway area above a closed in beach and a car park overlooking a massive gorge. The not so glamorous side of the wide camping was a supermarket car park, good for fresh bread the following morning though.
San Sebastian on the north coast came highly recommended, this place must be truly crowded in summer, it was a ...
A bus stop right outside the campsite provides direct busses linking Tossa and Lloret. More punctual than London buses, a rather nice coach pulled up and we paid the princely sum of one euro eighty cents to take us to Lloret.
Lloret has indeed changed since my last visit. I'm not sure why that surprised me. It was now the size of a small city! We wondered down to the seafront before walking the entire length of the pristine promenade towards the castle looking thing ...
Other places to stay in Pals
Av. Arenales de Mar 3 - Este, Pals | 4 star hotelfrom $205
Crta. Platja de Pals Km 4.0, Pals | 3 star hotelfrom $63
Esq Canigo Puigmal, Pals | 2 star hotelfrom $80
Pals | 4 star hotelfrom $186
Calle Carmany 13, Pals | 4 star hotelfrom $172
C/ Enginyer Algarra, 51, Pals | Hotelfrom $68
Calle Del Golf, Pals | 3 star hotelfrom $91
Crta de Pals a Torroella de Montgri,17, Pals | 4 star hotelfrom $77