Hotel Pino Alto
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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If you have been following the blog for the last few weeks you will have spotted the regular pattern of time by the coast with interspersed with trips inland for climbing. We had visited this area back in 2006 and had really enjoyed it. It has some stunning cliffs and gorges high up in the hills at around 1000m above sea level. Although we are high in the hills the day time temperature are still up in the mid 30's so all our climbing is being done ...
The are not many stretches of the Mediterranean coast that have not been developed but this area is still relatively unspoilt by apartment blocks and holiday villas. It is also an unusual habiat as most of the delta region is used for growing rice as they have plentiful supply of water from the Rio Ebro. We sayed at the campsite at L'Eucaliptus where there is just a small town on the coast and little else. There are also a ...
We awoke to the phone announcing our coffee order as I had omitted the time we wanted it. It was an overcast morning but Bill insisted it wasn't cold; we showered, had a light breakfast then headed in to the dock. The ship was berthed right alongside the ferris wheel close to the market square so we went straight there and wandered through the stalls. There were lots of souvenirs, handicrafts of wood and bone, lots of knitted goodies, jewellery, ceramics, toys and furs. We ...
... until they went to the lecture on Russian lacquer and we returned to the cabin, where I spent a couple of hours checking photos and getting this up to date. Having looked at tonight's menu in Discoveries we have decided to go to Windows for the Italian Buffet instead. Bill made up an antipasto plate for himself and I had chicken parmigiana, one piece of gnocchi romana, pesto lasagne and ...
... Throne Room has his and hers thrones saved from the earlier palace and the Tower Room features 1920s tapestries portraying scenes from Danish folklore which were made in the room itself. Going down the King's Staircase, we exited through the Hall of the Giants (and customary gift shop) and down to the Ruins underneath the palace. These show remnants from the site's development over more than 800 years, back to the 1167 castle Bishop Absalon built on a small ...