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... Video Girl and Battery Boy finished their meals with Video Girl happy to splurge and extra four euros for coffee and petit fours. A fantastic lunch in Girona.
Now, to complete the cycle by walking the food off. As they walked up to the Cathedral they found the lioness of Girona. The story behind the lioness is that you haven't truly been to Girona until you kiss the statue on the lioness' behind. This is a common practice throughout Spain, ...
... Julia (navman) soon had us on the auto via crossing the border into France taking us from the west coast to the east coast. The trip was uneventful other than watching out for the sneaky French motorcycle cops that hid under bridges in the shadows with their radar guns.
Considering the distance we had to travel today, Battery Boy thought it would be a good test to assess Video Girl's navigational skills to see if they had improved or not. ...
Saturday 31/5 It was with reluctance that we left Salon de Provence in France. We travelled 350 km east towards the Spanish border. So reluctant we decided not to use the tolls for the first half. This increased our time on the road but we were happy with that, slowly making our way to Spain. Again, without fanfare, or having to show our passports, we made it to the border. The landscape was different and the wind (even on the approach) from ...
... including a massive regional park with many lakes and free toilets, a hideaway area above a closed in beach and a car park overlooking a massive gorge. The not so glamorous side of the wide camping was a supermarket car park, good for fresh bread the following morning though.
San Sebastian on the north coast came highly recommended, this place must be truly crowded in summer, it was a ...
A bus stop right outside the campsite provides direct busses linking Tossa and Lloret. More punctual than London buses, a rather nice coach pulled up and we paid the princely sum of one euro eighty cents to take us to Lloret.
Lloret has indeed changed since my last visit. I'm not sure why that surprised me. It was now the size of a small city! We wondered down to the seafront before walking the entire length of the pristine promenade towards the castle looking thing ...
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