Mas Ses Vinyes
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... have a local showing you around! With a predominant Catalán culture seen everywhere through flags, language and flyers, this small river bound city is a breath of fresh air nestled on the frontier of the Pyrenees in comparison with the big metropolitan centre of Barcelona.
I was fortunate to have Maria meet me at the Girona Train Station where shortly after we enjoyed the most incredible Patata Bravas and some Bocadillos at one of her favourite restaurants "König". Then ...
... passport control - ans we swept into Spain with a simple Espana sign the only indication that we had crossed no different from the entry in Scotland or Wales from England. First stop in Spain was Figueres for the most voisited toursit atttraction in Spain - the Dali Museum. An amazing building with eggs on the roof and a huge collection of Dali's work inside. The museum even has a few ...
... to paitings to seashell bathtubs. I will say some of the highlights were seeing the original Dalí Lincoln mural (for those of you who haven't been to our home we have a rather large signed print of this painting), Dalí's paintings of the holocoust, and a swimming pool in the shape of a penis. Again, it was a nice change from all the "Jesus art" (as my dad and Zack called it) from the rest of Europe. We also managed to discover a great winery ...
... were on worse roads again, very narrow and snaking. Much better journey done at 5 to 7 o'clock in the evening mind. The roads linking Catalonia to Barcelona are fantastic it's the roads across Catalonia which aren't great as they have the Pyrannese to contend with. We arrived at our sight at 8.15 after taking a wrong turn and having to go up the mountain to turn round. The 2 and a half hour journey ended up being a 4 hour trek.... What doesn't break you makes you ...
... around now! We stopped in Tossa de Mar for lunch. Parking the camper isn't proving too much of an issue at the minute. We paid for on road parking which meant we didn't have time go up the hill to the castle overlooking the sea. If we had more time we would go back and do this. Tossa de Mar was like most seasides abroad, an abundance of cafes along the front and oiled limbs on the beach, it wasn't ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking