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... in the Beast for the last stop, L'Estartit, another town they haled as delightful. We booked into the most expensive campground yet but didn't care as we were hot and just needed to stop. We had a swim in the pool and then hopped on our bikes to go and explore the town. It had a brilliant backdrop with a huge soaring hill behind it and out to sea three big rocks set the scene. Once more we were greeted with hundreds of people on the beach ...
... saw on day one were the Sargrada Familia by Antonio Gaudi. Its still not finished! The work started 150 years ago and you can clearly see the changes as you walk around this building. This Gaudi guy we have decided was crazy. There is a lot of his work around the city and its all quirky. We saw the port with super yatchs, a part of La Rambla the main walking street with street artists, The Maritime Museum, Park Guell with more of Gaudi's work and Casa Battlo another of ...
... Country to the North West, towns of Saint Feliu de Pallerols, Olot, Santa Pau (picnic lunch in view of this 12th century gem), Mieres, Banyoles, Girona. Beautiful deep blue skies, fab roads, great day out. As dusk fell wanderied the Ramblas and the ancient labyrinthine alleyways of the old Jewish Quarter, with elegant Rosata and tapas dinner. ...
To the old phrase " only mad dogs and Englishman go out in the midday sun", you may add KNBC cyclists. We headed off from Argele sur mer about 8 and headed down the coast. Spectacular scenery, but the idea that we were finished climbing quickly turned out to be a myth. Each village along the coast involves a descent with a subsequent climb on the other side. Just after we crossed the border we took the alternate route to avoid a tunnel which involved the ...
... t even particularly hot yet. I also ended up passing one cyclist repeatedly (he was a slow climber, but would catch up while I fiddled with my camera), which must have been somewhat demoralizing for him.
But I had a great time corkscrewing up and down the coastal promontories, although at one point I had to brake because I ran into traffic, which was being held up by a bus that couldn't ...