Hotel Sant Roc
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Sant Roc Calella De Palafrugell
Relaxing day off of the trail to get to Spain. Great dinner with fellow trekkers tonight and will hike trails along the Mediterranean Sea Thursday.
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Travel Blogs from Calella De Palafrugell
... assistant discovered this when the couple behind passed through security. "No sir, you can't bring a bottle of wine in your hand luggage, even though you have nicely packaged up all your toiletries in a clear plastic bag. That's it, blog over and what an experience it was. Just remember that Girona is a lovely, expensive, rude, determined, delightful, plain and different place. If you can make your mind up and go after that ridiculous summary of words - good on you. Over and ...
Oh no, rain. That's how the day started off but what wonderful luck we had in that the clouds decided to part and from 11am the sun was beaming for our day of exploring Girona. Breakfast was consumed at a lovely little cafe not far from the old town (funny story coming later re: the location). As we consumed our fresh orange juice we marvelled at the living tree that had been planted to the right of us. Once we had filled our bellies, we moved on to locate the tourist information. ...
... more than 50 cent and nothing less than 5. Seems reasonable, so once I apologise to the machine for my inability to mind read a computer, I March back to the hotel, gather the correct change and pop a few more hours before proceeding to breakfast. We then set out on a journey to Cadaques, a recommendation. As we embarked on the 1.5 hour journey we was welcomed by a million (more or less) bendy roads. After a long windy road, we reached ...
... progressed to the land of the rental cars - seemed smooth running, well, when papa had queued up for the CORRECT rental car company - apparently assuming you are at the right queue is not ok. Then the mission to find the upgraded car (Ford Focus, wahoo). It was quite liberating to find the car via the use of the practical 'remote control' technology. As we stood from one car park looking across to the other, we kept out fingers crossed ...
... 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 ...