Travel Blogs from Roses
... and carrying all the way home (and of course more ice cream). The town we got to was really lovely (Colliure). It was lots of little ally ways with lots of really cool shops, we had decided to eat lunch here so we found a really nice 'saladerie' which made the BEST salads ever. Ruby opted for her usual plate of sea food as has become quite the Seafood connoisseur commenting that she prefers mussels to oysters and did not favour crab as much and after wolfing down ...
... After that I let Jess have a turn while I sat with the twins and chilled. Lily was just happy clambering all over the rocks. I kept asking Lily if she wanted to have a go and telling her that I knew she would enjoy it if she did and that I was just going to keep asking her until she said yes. A bit later I was having another snorkel and she came and asked to have a go so I did the same thing I did with Ruby and as soon as ...
... a folding box which you put all your washing up in so you don't struggle to washing up area with 2pots on one arm and plates cutlery and washing up liquid on the other. Paul was not amused with his words 'we don't need that and I do the washing up anyway' but I insisted and today proudly carried all my washing with ease in my fancy new folding box looking sympathetically at those who did not have one. The campsite we found is amazing. Pitches ...
... previously recommended to them that had been closed the night before.
They arrived at Cal Ros and positioned themselves at a table in the shade of an archway giving them a view onto a small plaza, and beyond that, the steeple of the Cathedral situated on a hill in the distance. They both examined the comprehensive menu as well as the Menu de Migdia, a three course special for twenty-two euros, including bread, a bottle of sparkling water and ...
... I've only got ham and cheese baguettes left.", causing the ash on the end of her cigarette to break free and fall into a display of croissants. Suffice to say, ham and cheese it was!
By now Video Girl had returned and they continued driving towards Figueres. As each kilometre passed the level of anticipation and excitement rose. As they took the Figueres exit ramp from the A64 Battery Boy could **********tain himself. Once again the parking fairy ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility