La Lagune Beach Resort and Spa
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... is fab and air conditioned. Chilled for a bit then all showered then found a basic but great tapas bar - friendly service and fab food and cheap to boot. Finished with a wander up la rambla and into the barri gotic. Lovely evening. Kids managed to persuade us to play a few games of cards so not a very early ...
... did a little shopping. Olli and I got glaces I got Mango and Olli got Malabar which is Bubblegum flavour. As well we saw a cool shop that had glasses that looked like Ray Bans but were just copies. It was called Peache Original. I got some cool black and blue ones and Olli got white with mirror gold lenses.
Then we had to leave. When we got home we had tea and went to bed tired!
PS. Mum didn't find her shopping. It had been taken just like Dad said!
... loss of my keys. This would create problems in the future. Not only would it be expensive - probably near to £400 to replace the keys and locks, but if D then lost his keys, we would have no access to the back box, the safe and the security D. In a moment of despair, I commented that I could have lost them at the supermarket. Immediately, D suggested we returned to Intermarche. No sooner had I explained that I had lost my car keys, than the lovely young assistant lifted ...
... lunch out on Sunday, but, given the late time for Church on Sunday, this event is postponed to Monday, when we have an excellent lunch (marred only by Kathleen's complaints, that a litre of Rose is too much at lunch time, I thought it washed the Moules down a treat).
... An ASCII site, at 16 Euro/night.
This was a recommendation from a French lady, who Kathleen was chatting to in Valencia.
Not quite what we were expecting, from the description. Very French (ie quirky), in a secluded valley, opening onto a small bay with beach. Everything is there, but, nothing is where you would expect it to be. For a start Reception is at the furthest point from the entrance ...