Salles Hotel Aeroport Girona
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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- Fitness/Health center
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... satisfaction. It’s all real, in many ways it is as tough but not as hard as climbing Everest. But just like mountains, the memory of suffering fades and only the beauty, satisfaction and pride remain. There are many more mountains out there. So I will go back. I’m already spinning indoors during the dark of early November evenings. It’s just a question of when - and which event. Stay tuned.
Andy. 7 November 2014.
... and today was pretty tame. We even had time today for some relaxation! The first two days we stayed in Madremanya. Near the church where, yes, the bells chimed all night long every 15 minutes. We've seen medieval villages a bunch, and toured the castle that Salvador Dali bought for his wife. After she was established there, she required him to get written permission from her to ...
... completely in golf, don't wait for the only time that it gets video'd, I looked a bit of a blue tit. 3. Golf buggies are cool, full stop. 4. If you are English and like to eat dinner during the show 'neighbours', forget about eating in Europe. 5. Be prepared to not go to anywhere on a Sunday evening or Monday at anytime - places in Europe do not like opening. 6. There are far, far too many flies in Girona. 7. You must learn that not everyone is switched on in life, ...
... her to shut up when asking for cookies. Going back to the funny location story, oh did I say it was funny, maybe you had to be there, but it was straight opposite the place we went for breakfast without knowing, we had completed a circle. Walking around the city in sunshine was tough, really really tough, yes, it's tough being on holiday. So we went for a swim in the hotel's roof top swimming pool, enough said. After as welcoming shower, we headed back in with tired legs to ...
... seaside town of Llafranc was welcoming with thousands of pine trees and a cove just small enough to host a port and a couple of hundred travellers. After a few drinks and a light snack we proceeded to taking in the last day rays and was convinced by a rather small sign to take a walk to a nearbyish lighthouse. The winding steep roads led us to the closed lighthouse, but did gives us a view of both coastlines before and after Llafranc. As ...