Puerta De Espana

Address: Carretera N-II, n0 68, La Jonquera, Catalonia, 17700, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from La Jonquera

As we exit Spain,.. Back into France

A travel blog entry by colgaz on Jun 08, 2015

6 comments, 11 photos

... for Valencia, Spain's 3rd largest city. It is just that,.. a large city. The drive in,.. and out was not too daunting,.. but it did require that extra level of concentration demanded by big cities, so we chose to head to a campsite 12 Klms north of the city, but within easy Metro (rail) access. The campsite is relatively new and the people most welcoming. A welcome glass of sangria led to us ordering a carafe and we settled in to enjoy a chat with the manager of the site. Valencia ...

Dreaming with Dali

A travel blog entry by lynnib on May 30, 2015

3 comments, 5 photos

... but guaranteed to raise a smile or two at some stage along the way with his quirky installations. Take for instance the Mae West room which at first glance appears to be a number of separate staged objects - two pictures of single eyes, a red sofa in the shape of lips - but follow the queue, pause at the top of the steps to view through a frame of blond 'hair' and an image of the legendary American vamp ...

Day 50 - Lescala

A travel blog entry by k1w1milnerz on May 29, 2015

17 photos

Hello everyone! Guess what? We have posted 50 Blogs already! YAY!

Today we woke up in our hotel and went towards the coast to some ancient Greek and Roman ruins near by called Imporiuss. it was a really good place and our audio guide told us alot about its history, my favorite part was the beautiful old mosaic floors (Declan ...

Spain

A travel blog entry by john.beach on May 29, 2015

2 comments, 3 photos

... it's buildings unchanged, telling the story of its history of commercial success and great wealth for its citizens, of persecution of its Jews and their expulsion, and even the Spanish Civil War period, with bomb shelters preserved perfectly under its cobble-stone streets. Four rivers converge here, and canals wind through towards the Spanish Coast, at the Costa Brava. A cycle way joins the town to the coast, just forty kilometres ...

Day 49 - Lescala

A travel blog entry by k1w1milnerz on May 28, 2015

14 photos

Hello everyone!
Today we woke up in Barcelona and sadly had to leave our hotel. We then went to Casa-Batllo, An apartment built by the Batllo family in 1907. They still live there today but some of it is open to the public as it is designed by the famous architect Gaudi. It is a crazy place covered in mozaics and sculptures. We got some cool audio-guides that when you pointed the camera at ...