Puerta De Espana

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

This hotel, located on Carretera N-II, n0 68, La Jonquera, is near Passeig de la Muralla, Film Museum (Museu del Cinema), Arab Baths (Banys Arabs), and Parc de la Devesa.
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Travel Blogs from La Jonquera

Prehistoric caves and pole riding

A travel blog entry by gallopingcookie on Apr 12, 2015

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... lunch, we went to see some caves that had been inhabited by Neanderthals and then early man from about 39,000 years ago to relatively recently. It was a beautiful area, but the Neanderthals hadn't left much evidence for us non-archaeologists.Rafa gave us a lift back, and we had a swim and a laze by the pool.Another good day, and I can still ...

First day and still walking (just about)

A travel blog entry by gallopingcookie on Apr 11, 2015

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Early start, Stansted crowded - possibly made worse by the French air traffic controllers strike yesterday. (Mum was driving really slowly on the motorway and then she was tailgated by a lorry at ten miles an hour over the speed limit!!!!!!!!!!!! :))Journey unmemorable. Met at the airport by Gareth one of the owners of our B&B. He and his wife Fiona moved here 10 ...

Hola

A travel blog entry by lalviano on Apr 07, 2015

4 comments, 5 photos

... gorgeous stone building about 900 years old. This time it's simplicity was stark but beautiful.

Back in the car we had a 2 hour drive which was an easy drive on the motor way. We arrived at Girona in Spain but had a little trouble finding the hotel as it wasn't listed on the GPS. Eventually we did and parked the car after driving around the roundabout about 3 times.

We ...

Catching up!

A travel blog entry by boeschenblog on Mar 16, 2015

2 comments, 56 photos

... and Michael (a Dutch couple). We explored uncrowded beach coves in the off-season chilly weather, built fires in the fireplace and played vigorous, soggy soccer among the olive trees in the backyard. As we checked out, Violetta paid us a high compliment. She said: It is a happy family that can be together in a house in the rain.

We headed back to Valencia for the craziness of Fallas! Next blog coming up.




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Ruins of Empuries

A travel blog entry by ryans_escapade on Feb 06, 2015

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... so needless to say, there was no sightseeing done on those days. So what does one do in such instances, well we read books, watched movies, ate pate and cheese and drank wine. Woke up today to a beautiful sunny windless day, aahhhh. We decided to take Fifi for a drive to the Ruins of Empuries. This place is truly unique. This city is over 2000 years old, hard to imagine!!! Firstly it was a Greek built city during ...