Travel Blogs from Pals
Video Girl and Battery Boy awoke after a restful night's sleep with the first thing she asked Battery Boy being, "Where are we going to have breakfast?" as per usual. After breakfast they commenced their travel ritual of exploring the streets seeking out new and different experiences. But today they also had something extra to do.
It was Battery Boy's brother's 50th birthday today and they wanted to send him a video wishing him a happy birthday. So ...
Today was a travel day from San Sebastián to Girona, via Pau in France a journey of nearly seven hundred kilometres. There was also to be a second stop in Figueres, the birth place of one of the greatest surrealist painters and sculptor, Salvadore Dali. Battery Boy has been a fan of Dali's work for a long time and looked forward to visiting the Dali Museum.
Battery Boy kissed his room mate, Joan Fontaine farewell and departed the cinema themed Astoria ...
... 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 ...
... Thursday when we were there, the tapas bars in the old town were humming. A good looking beach but we wouldn’t agree with the Lonely Planet’s view on the best in Spain.
Spain’s vineyards weren’t something we had done before so we couldn’t wait to check out what they had to offer. We stopped by the Rioja region, famous for its Tempranilo wine, in a little ...
... far end: You can actually walk past it and all the way back to the campsite according to the Cheltenham receptionist; before putting us off by mentioning that 2km of that was uphill! Instead we turned round, walked to the other end of the promenade and treated ourselves to a beer. Carefully selecting a bar with free wi-fi access!
The thing that hasn’t changed about Lloret is there isn’t really a lot to do apart from sit on the beach, drink and eat: which ...
Other places to stay in Pals
Av. Arenales de Mar 3 - Este, Pals | 4 star hotelfrom $205
Crta. Platja de Pals Km 4.0, Pals | 3 star hotelfrom $63
Esq Canigo Puigmal, Pals | 2 star hotelfrom $80
Pals | 4 star hotelfrom $186
Calle Carmany 13, Pals | 4 star hotelfrom $172
C/ Enginyer Algarra, 51, Pals | Hotelfrom $68
Calle Del Golf, Pals | 3 star hotelfrom $91
Crta de Pals a Torroella de Montgri,17, Pals | 4 star hotelfrom $77