Hotel Sant Roc
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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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Last day here. We are going to the caves this morning and then having paella for lunch, so keen to finally have some traditional Spanish food. Last night dinner was quite good, we went to a restaurant and had muscles which were so yum! Also some fish soup which was strange but good. It's sunny here today and looks like a beautiful day. Let's see how the day pans out ...
... quite similar, lots of relaxing, exploring and eating of course! We had crepes both days. I honestly don't know how people aren't fat here, they eat SO much sugary food, and also a **** load of oil. I would say they go through 4 litres of oil in a couple of months. The scenery is beautiful, everyone is friendly and it just has a nice feel about it. There are beautiful houses everywhere, I suppose this motivates me to get an amazingly high paid job so I can travel a lot ...
So after two weeks in Pals we have now moved 20mins South to a Spanish Aire, full of Motorhomes from many different countries, probably over a 100. We really enjoyed the luxury and freedom of having a hire/loan car from Kevin from Woko's... This enabled us to explore more of the area this time and we all benefited as Tia got here coat cut, I had my haircut and Linda had Wifi every night at Woko's Bar and Kevin's super fast internet connection... The ...
... wine before settling down for the evening. Today we had another beautiful day that allowed us to hang some washing out before catching up with the Pals gang and arranging a hire car for the week... Flew the P2V+ Drone tonight and took some lovely photos in the fading light showing Mas Patoxas ...
... the hillside and constructed from steel salvaged from boats in Bangladesh. The website did not do it justice. The day we arrived,Terry and I rode the last part while the others ferried the bikes and suitcases. They texted us not to try and find the place but just to let them know when we arrived at Palomas and they would come to retrieve us. So we ensconced ourselves at a beachside bar in the late afternoon sun and enjoyed some well ...