Hotel Los Arcos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... so many places you can go to. We drove up the narrow road to reach the chairlifts and saw the Huskys in their beds for the night. Snow fall must be huge here, all you see is the metal guard rails destroyed from the snow slides hopefully not from cars. Not many speak English here mainly Spanish, French and their own area language. Headed off to Figueres which is home of the Dali museum. What a sight and surprises around ...
... on the motorway. Probably a desperate, and ultimately successful, attempt at euthanasia before the last of their habitat was paved over or eaten
out by sheep. And like Europe there is so little public space. There is virtually nowhere to go
to get away and reflect, fish, camp, enjoy the natural environment, etc. Some *******’s own everything, and the hapless general public has no access to any of it, unless you can afford to pay for it that is!
... In some places small villages suddenly appeared on one side or the other and in other places small groupings of derelict buildings stood idle as the inhabitants must have been unable to survive the remote and harsh conditions of earlier times.
We stopped at a dedicated road side stop from where travellers could grab glimpses (and pics of one of these small derelict villages beside a free-running aqua blue mountain river with an old and impressive suspension bridge ...
What a nightmare, seasick bouncing up and down on that vile ferry. finally got to sleep around 2am to be woken at 5.45 by loud happy bloody music. The idiots forgot the hour ahead'. After a 10 hour journey, obviously they got lost, twice we have finally landed at our ...
... I'm sure there aren't too many people that lives here anyway, at most probably 100). I walked around the town within 15 minutes, one interesting thing is that, out of all 4 of the towns that I've passed by, all of them have a playground for kids (both soccer and basketball) and a church. I didn't know that Spanish people are "that" religious ...