Les Cols Pavellons
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... cycle path. This is a converted railway line that we will bike for 2 days from Olot to Sant Feliu de Guíxols, which is a total distance of 97km. Today we rode this trail from Olot to Griona with a total cycling distance of 61km. The trail started in Olot with a spectacular narrow canyon that had hanging vines and stone bridges. Then we travelled through farms and country gardens. Along the way we ...
... eating our late lunch beside the road all the police officers waved at us as from their vehicle when they passed by. We ended our journey at Hotel Can Blanc and ate dinner at La Deu restaurant. The hotel and restaurant is situated in a park that was a nice break from the hustle of he city. The evening was very quiet and dark, the dinner was delicious, the wine was ...
A quick stop on the way to Barcelona was Girona, a recommendation in the guide books for its medieval centre. We left the van parked in the baking sun while we took our customary walk in the hottest part of the day to look around, and it was certainly worth a stop. The centre is a collection of alleys, bridges, shops, cafés and churches - enough to entertain us for an hour or 2. The kids found a great sweet shop, and we managed to pick up the customary stickers for the van as ...
... France and Spain, in the Pyrenees. Drove south to Perpignan, then west. Mountainous country and windy roads. We passed the walled UNESCO listed town of Villefranche-de-Conflent, a stop for "next time". Decided enough was enough and pulled into a camp site deep in the valley at Fontpedrouse, surrounded by mountains, and the roar of the river near by. Good sleep tonight, unlike last night, where the town hoons did a tour of the car park at 2 ...
... grange exposing the stone walls. Both Gary and I are so charmed by the stonework, both ancient and modern, that is found throughout the Languedoc-Roussillon area as the primary building material. Someone told us that the building methods have not really changed in the last 300 years so there is a continuity and harmony to the cultural landscape of these regions. We noticed that classes in stonework were being offered in local ...