Parador de Aiguablava
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Well after a quick 1.5 hour trip on the Renfe Train from Passeig de Graciŕ in central Barcelona I ended up in the city of Girona where my best friend from residence, Maria, was going to show me around for the day! So I will begin with a bit of information about Girona.
There are around 97,000 people in Girona and the city is located 99km Northeast of Barcelona. The city has deep roots within the region of Catalunya and is an incredible getaway for the weekend, especially ...
... she would wrap it again, she searched around unr the bench and found a bag for us at which point we made our adioses and rapidly deparetd. We found a campsite on the outskirts of Figueres which seemed deserted - but was open but set up camp - hooked up the electricity and eventuallly the very pleasant owner turned up and unlocked the ladies for Caroline and took our details! Tomorrow we head towards ...
... 237;n Faxío which has just started to branch out into the American market. They haven't shipped anything over yet, but a close to an agreement with distributors. If you like red wine, this is definately one to try! We only spent a day and a half in Cadaqués before we headed back through Barcelona (along the twisty roads) down to Tarragona. Check out the next entry for more! Your Road Warrior Adventurers, Katherine, Zack, Ginger and Steve (aka mom and ...
... vehicle and driven off the edge. It was like being in a lifesize pinball machine. Cadaques was probably the size of rhos on sea but in the lovely Spanish cove style where all buildings are carved into the rock. Lunch was amasing in a place called L'Hostel. I had a warm goats cheese salad with nuts, dried fruit and a red fruit sauce. Before lunch we walked to Port Liaght where Dali's holiday home was and had an ice cream and sat on the harbor. Very relaxing ...
... will getting out the camper, jumping over a couple of barriers, dodging cars and vans to find out what to do from a very grumpy Spanish man. Result was reversing out of our lane and joining another. Will has been exceptional at driving (other than the time he pulled out of a lay-by on a corner and proceeded to left). I think our experiences driving yesterday should prepare us for an obstacle we need ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility