Travel Blogs from Lloret de Mar
Sitting in the TGV from Paris. We were lucky to get a good deal for our Barcelona to Girona return tickets. Too bad we missed the first leg leaving from Barcelona (see earlier post). We are going to complete the same 120kms odd in 40mins as opposed to 1 hour 45 mins. How I wish Australia had high speed ...
We had our train to Girona booked for 10.24am. We decided to leave home at 9 which would give us enough time to grab a quick bite and head to the station Barcelona Sans.
After a fairly leisurely breakfast close to our AirBnb we realised we were running late. With our backpacks we rushed to the metro and got on to our ...
... see why the kids had supermarket bags....trouser pockets are simply not deep enough!
The next three floats were the three kings. Not only did each king have his own float but he had two children sitting either side of him dressed as princes, also handing out sweets and in front of his float, a further dozen or so helpers dressed in silk robes and turbans matching the colour of their king's robes, also handing out sweets!
... cobbled streets interrupted by semicircular arches, fašades with pointed arched windows and stone balconies. The town wall contains four square towers which date from the 4th century. The views of the Pyrenees across the fields of EmpordÓ and of the rocky coastline (with the Medes Islands) are from the Josep Pla viewpoint while the church is that of Sant Pere.
Calella de Palafrugell is a coastal town belonging to ...
We worked our way to the coast and came to the lovely seaside village of Llafranca, pretty well closed up for the season...the sun was shining and there were lots of hiking paths, so we struck out along the coastal route, walking from Platja de Llafranca to Platja del Canadell and back, the sparkling Mediterranean Sea on one side and stone ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services