Hotel San Carlos
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
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... lots of bobbing boats in the harbour and thousands of people!!!! Today it was very hot again, 32 - 33 degrees with this heat wave. A friend who's in France said they had been experiencing 40 degrees. Ugh. This little town was alive and humming with people. There was a big stage set up for a concert that night. We came to a little beach and just stared in wonder. Every square centimetre of sand was taken up with a beach towel and an ...
A M ventured to Cadaques to tour Dali's house . After seeing museum and house I am now an official Dali fan ( wasn't before) Picnic on the way to Girona by way of lovely town of Besalu, and a swim at Banyoles. Stayed 2 nights at Pension Bellmirall .Tapas & Rosata for dinner. Breakfast on patio.
Second day (Saturday) took motor tour of ...
... what seemed to be yet another col. After about 40 Kms along the coast we headed inland and spent most of the rest of the day travelling through farmers fields. It was very hot and we had difficulty finding a place to eat, but when we did, one of the patrons kindly came over to translate for us. Must say fresh melon in this part of the world is outstanding. The only negative note about today, other than the heat, is that the coastal road is very busy with ...
... busy highway for a while, but with a decent shoulder and excellent surface. After turning on to quiet side roads, we experienced fields of sunflowers among other things with the Pyrenees off in the distance to the north as a backdrop. Very pleasant riding all the way to Girona, even after Dave & Linda pulled away from me and I was riding on my own for a while to the end.
Unfortunately the vet in Argeles-sur-Mer ...
... Kms to the top when I came around a bend and found the gang waiting at the sign. At this point Gilles left us. The rest of the day was primarily downhill with a stop to visit the Chappelle de la Trinite, which is .a gorgeous little chapel in a tiny village. The first church was erected on the site in the 9 th century. The current building was started in the 13th century, and the altar dates from the 1700s. I have included some pictures. We then continued our descent to avail ...