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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... coastline produced some spectacular views down to little villages perched on the edge of cliffs, overlooking blue waters and small strips of sandy beach nestled between huge headlands. This is exactly the kind of coast we have been looking for,... generally unspoilt (unlike the Costa del Sol,.. a huge tourist Mecca). It put us in mind of the Amalfi Coast drive in Italy. Very narrow,.. and with spectacular views down to the water below. Our next entry will be crossing France, enroute to St ...
... and bought terrine and duck and Guinea fowl and lots of things to cook them with. I came out having spent a fortune but laughing.
The next site was owned by a Dutch family and was a short distance up a small valley. The previous site had been at an altitude of 1300m, this one was at the bottom of the Pyrenees at 300m and the difference in the temperature was marked, it felt incredibly hot. Once again I was able to pitch up next to ...
... illusionary piece looks to be an abstract with mainly square shapes and the back view of a nude at its centre. Look again through a digital device (camera, phone or one of the viewers placed strategically), and you see Abraham Lincoln. I defy anyone not to come away from this tourist attraction and not be impressed by the eccentric genius of the man that has left a unique legacy (the second most visited museum ...
... huge public baths with heated floors (Ancient ruin)). We walked the ancient area imagining how it would of been in those days and then went down to the beach for some lunch. After a while driving around we found a huge beach with hundreds of wind surfing kites in the sky, we sat on the sand with some ice-creams and watched the ...
Holding strong political views is common in Spain, but in Catalonia, the area surrounding Barcelona, it's obligatory. We arrived on the weekend of the local government elections, and walked into a storm of posters, cars with loud-speakers, rallies, and bus ads, and when the Far Left candidate became Mayor of Barcelona, on a ticket of refusing to let people behind with their mortgages get evicted from their ...