Pinar del Mar Hotel
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... of beer. Fortunately, Dave had remembered that someone needed to stay sober to pick us up!
Finally we spent a few days on the waterfront near Begur about 20 km north of the Finca on the Costa Brava. This place was a small restaurant set in a cove surrounded by steep hills. It was very quiet and obviously the end of the tourist season. We spent the last few days exploring the coast by foot, bike and car. Then finally, back ...
... and today was pretty tame. We even had time today for some relaxation! The first two days we stayed in Madremanya. Near the church where, yes, the bells chimed all night long every 15 minutes. We've seen medieval villages a bunch, and toured the castle that Salvador Dali bought for his wife. After she was established there, she required him to get written permission from her to ...
This part of the blog is going to be quite short in comparison, why? Not because things didn't happen, but that just today it was more a matter of experiencing those moments without having to always think about capturing them. This is more of a 'lessons learned' as summary of today and the whole trip, so here I go: 1. There are more than two places with the same name, don't just assume that the one you put in the sat nav will guide you to your chosen destination. 2. If you miss ...
... conversation that tested my Spanish to the fullest available extent, we departed with a smile. One note, we earlier found out that flies were a symbol of Girona, I'm wondering whether this came about due to an honest tradition or from the simple fact that there are flies EVERYWHERE. Don't get me wrong, Girona is a clean place, but for some reason the annoying little creatures love the Girona air, and my beer. Interestingly Helena had earlier mentioned about a place where they stick ...
... seaside town of Llafranc was welcoming with thousands of pine trees and a cove just small enough to host a port and a couple of hundred travellers. After a few drinks and a light snack we proceeded to taking in the last day rays and was convinced by a rather small sign to take a walk to a nearbyish lighthouse. The winding steep roads led us to the closed lighthouse, but did gives us a view of both coastlines before and after Llafranc. As ...