Hotel La Terrassa
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Travel Blogs from Platja d'Aro
... Battery Boy had pineapple sorbet with strawberries marinated in a liqueur and Video Girl had a Catalana cream with lycées. While they have been in Spain they have been fortunate enough to dine at some amazing restaurants where expectations are high and achieved, and sometimes you find a diamond in the rough. Cal Ros is one such restaurant. They could not fault anything about this tiny restaurant in Girona. The food, wine, service, and atmosphere ...
... out and said, "Deja de ser un hombre tan girly." "I'm not a girly man." Battery Boy replied. "Well then, can I buy a postcard from the gift shop?", he enquired of the guard. "No." And for the second time today he heard the door to the Salvadore Dali Museum slam shut.
Video Girl eventually coaxed Battery Boy back to the car and they continued on to Girona with the promise that they could return to the museum tomorrow.
They arrived at their ...
... was strong. Pushing the car and increasing Libby's hold on the door handle. We are staying at Camping Riu just on the water in Sant Pere Pescador. 2 night stay. There's a kids club here with lots of activities. The boys joined the disco (bribe of ice cream helped while we drank cocktails from the bar. Yes we could see them. Just.) and planned to meet up with them again at the futbol session at 11am the next day. Dinner in and a ...
... sure what they were all about, but I thought they were delightful and added character to the place. After lunch outside in one of the plazas, we walked up through the garden named after John Lennon (it is an odd place for such a thing mum!), and then walked the 2 kilometres or so of the old city walls that surround the back of the city, with great views from the towers, and it is pretty cool to think you’re walking on something that was built hundreds of years ...
... most towns we’ve come across.
With a quick dash across central Spain to Catalunya and the coast, we stopped by Montserrat. It is a gigantic mountain sticking out of the flat plains inland from Barcelona. Naturally with some excellent hikes, we climbed to the highest peak – 1236m on the easy tourist path. At the top there were excellent views of the surrounding landscape. ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility