Vilar Rural d'Arnes
Travel Blogs from Arnes
We had originally planned to take the train from San Sebastian down to Reus, rent a car there and head to L'Amertlla de Mar. Jack and I decided on the train from Paris to San Sebastian that we had spent enough time on the train for one vacation already. So, our Knight in Shining Armour suggested we rent a car for the trip south and make a road trip ...
(Lily says) at our new campsite there was a big lake it was very very big. There was also a swimming pool and the swimming pool was cold when we first went in it. There was a park and it had a sandpit and a swings and a climbing frame and a slide and a sea saw type thing. When mummy and daddy were getting things sorted we went for a play in the park. Then we went to the lake to paddle to cool down ...
... and I have had a conversation with anyone else in the last two months (Dann and Ali you don’t count obviously). As a point of interest (or not as the case may be) the campsite we are at now will be the southernmost point of our trip. We have had the most westerly point already when we stayed at Benodet, I woner where the eastern and northernmost points will be. I’m now off to sweat for a while before not sleeping very well due to the ...
... in the lake (and she has worked here since last Wednesday boom boom) only ever on roads or paths. She tried to reassure me by saying that when they are in water they can't bite although I think perhaps the fish may have disagreed with her. Anyway we went for a swim after that, unsurprisingly we chose the swimming pool over the lake. Then dinner etc as we are here in the heat waiting for a storm that may never ...
... walk the kilometre or so up to the hill town of Arnes which looked interesting.
When we got there the streets seemed deserted.
There was a lovely old church and town hall and very narrow streets.
There was the usual group of old men sunning themselves by the ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service