Hotel San Carlos
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... in a sandwich and toast it - we was told it was something we HAD to do before leaving Girona. Whether she was on commission or had a tongue that lacked the ability to measure richness I do not know, but that sandwich was RICO. The place resembled a small part of Tim Burton's mind academy and seemed to boast this in it's prices, but it was different and certainly an experience, be it untidy. During my Spanish conversation with the girl behind the bar, I did manage the ...
... estate aside a busy dual carriageway. Other interesting points of interest, certainly not found on a TomTom Sat Nav, included a sign for 'Panda Renting', I kid you not. I also saw a sign shaped like the flag of Catalunya that basically said "do we want to be part of Spain", "no or no", says it all. After passing what must of been 100 reasonable sized flags and a few pathetic yellow cotton decorated trees we reached our ideal destination. ...
... of the shiny automobiles opposite was actually our rental car - it was. At the hotel, comfortable and welcoming-ish. Straight to the roof terrace, we ordered a drink at the cost of an overpriced bar in London City. Blimey, €3 for a caña? Anyway, the view was great, if you can see in the dark. Time for bed, not before the chance to have one quick phone call while you visit the bathroom - yes there was a phone in the bathroom. ...
... That man was very twisted. Amber was hungry so we stopped at a cantina and she ordered grilled fish and was shocked to receive a platter with 5 different types of fish. Accomodation was booked using mums rewards point so we stayed in luxury. Seperate rooms. It was a bit of a goats track to get there but well worth the adventure for the ...
Cadaques, Costa Brava, Spain
One of those little towns only seen in the movies, secluded
from the outside world, a dot along the Mediterranean coast that no one would
dislike. Beautiful white villas caress the long coastal footpath mixed in with
amazing restaurants that serve a bounty of seafood and tapas. Tapas takes a bit
of getting used to but once your taste buds have acquired all the different
tastes you start to think “why ...