Les Dalies Apartments
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... along the promenade to find ice cream, unfortunately, Lorna managed to kick a lump of concrete in her flip flops and the concrete won!! A nasty lump out of the end of her pinky which has meant a bit of limping and lots of germolene and salt baths to try and sort it out!! It's much better after 5 days and now more of a nuisance than anything else... We went for a posh night last night and headed to a fancy restaurant on the front, both of ...
... time so the plan was just to sleep in the car park outside and check in first thing. The security guard did actually let us in just inside the site to another car park which was good if him as this meant we could sleep with the doors open without any worries which we have to do as it gets so hot in the van with them closed.. After a quick shower on the site, we hit the hay at around 3am!! It had been a long long day and we were definitely ready for bed!! Night night!! ...
... houses the tombs of eight kings of Aragon, and many of their queens. Among them is Alfonso -- the man who ordered the killing of Ines, or Peter and Ines fame.
We enjoyed a nice sitdown lunch at a cafe just outside the buildings, and the loaded back up. The day before, the Pahi brothers had suggested we visit a look-out spot close to the abbey, from which, it is said, you can see more than half of Catalonia, including all the way up to France on a clear ...
... to come.
The area of Catalonia in which we were staying is called the Priorat, and it is region technically defined by its wine. It is only one of two regions within greater Spain classified at the highest level for wine production and, as such, the standards are very rigid. The entire area we were now visiting is characterized by tiny, very compact and very old villages, invariably on a hilltop, surrounding by vineyards on the steep hills, ...
... take much inducement to have me sit down and begin relaxing, content in that I would not be dealing with the van again until morning.
The hotel has a small restaurant, which literally only opens when there are guests who ask to eat there. No other restaurants in the town are even open for dinner. The Rieckhoffs attested to the quality of the food, and I had no desire to drive again that day, so we wandered down for dinner around 9:00pm -- when ...