Pinar del Mar Hotel
Travel Blogs from Platja d'Aro
... walls that have protected Girona from enemies for centuries, to watch the sun set.
As the night sky darkened and the town lights began to shine like dinoflagellates in a black lagoon Battery Boy turned and lovingly looked into Video Girl's eyes and whispered, "What are you thinking about?" "I'm hungry, let's eat.", was her response.
A couple of gin and tonics and a plate of garlic gambas is the perfect midnight night cap before going to bed.
... Boy very happy but now he was concerned that his efforts to restore her appetite had now gone too far.
As quick as the desserts arrived at our table they disappeared and as Video Girl stared at an empty plate she would shout, "More food, more food, I love my food, I love my desserts, I even love coffee!"
Battery Boy sat opposite Video Girl with his head in his hands, "What have I done, I've created an eating monster."
... generally interested in them. He taught them the 5 most important Spanish words. Water, here, drink, field and nice girl. We drove 40km to Cap de Creus. A coastal area in a National Park. Wow. Breath taking views. Simply stunning. We parked the car and walked around and over the rocks to and around the water. Louis swam, Julian thought about it and it's just too cold for us oldies. We walked and explored for almost 2 hours. We returned to ...
... the museum like the Mae West room (where you view parts of a face from the top of a staircase topped with a camel to see the whole come together!). This is all centred around a courtyard with a crashed car with a boat mast and umbrella, and windows adorned with gold mannequins. I could go on and on. Like I said in the video clip I put on Facebook – he must have been an incredibly intelligent and talented human being, but must also have had taken a lot of drugs, or ...
... including a massive regional park with many lakes and free toilets, a hideaway area above a closed in beach and a car park overlooking a massive gorge. The not so glamorous side of the wide camping was a supermarket car park, good for fresh bread the following morning though.
San Sebastian on the north coast came highly recommended, this place must be truly crowded in summer, it was a ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed