Hotel Salat Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... square where the Gaudi Centre is. The sun was playing out and so we enjoyed soaking it up sitting outside. Had our second visit to a Dunkin Donuts outlet in two days as they have free wifi (blog must go live folks). Actually their coffee is rather good and Sue has got me drinking the smaller stronger variety too (Contardo). It all seems to fit. We had a stroll round and then took a tour round the Gaudi Centre. I do like ...
... resident stray cats for company. We are camping here for three nights and heading off on the bus for day trips out during our stay. As there wasn't much going on we decided to have a walk up the beach. We found one bar open and had a small beer (Estrella) each (€2.20). After an hours walk we finally ended up near the campsite in the local Indian restaurant (Sue was happy) before heading back to our very quiet ...
... tour so I need to get my head stuck in the Spain Guide very soon if I’m to make the most of this holiday. The lack of Wi-Fi isn’t great for updating this blog too so you may find it arriving in chunks. Headed off in the campervan for a final 40 minutes until we reached ...
The day started well enough with a nice walk along the beach, lunch in a beachside restaurant over looking the harbour... After lunch a few more beers in a couple of different bars and it was late afternoon, Linda and Mandy returned with Tia to Herman for the night as Mark, Cani and I powered on into the evening at the Tapas Bar, Beers, Run&Cokes and Bottles of Wine all being consumed... Even the free Tapas they laid on the top ...
... vanilla. Fresh, sharp, black fruits on the nose. Firm with boysenberry notes and good length. Some secondary coffee and chocolate notes on the finish. 6. Pinot Noir 14.5%25 A surprise! A Pinot Noir! This is not allowed within the DO so is declassified. These vines are grown at the highest altitude in the area where apparently conditions are ok for the grape. Malolactic started in tank and finished in barrel. Aged for 11 months ...