Vilar Rural de Sant Hilari Sacalm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... saw on day one were the Sargrada Familia by Antonio Gaudi. Its still not finished! The work started 150 years ago and you can clearly see the changes as you walk around this building. This Gaudi guy we have decided was crazy. There is a lot of his work around the city and its all quirky. We saw the port with super yatchs, a part of La Rambla the main walking street with street artists, The Maritime Museum, Park Guell with more of Gaudi's work and Casa Battlo another of ...
A M ventured to Cadaques to tour Dali's house . After seeing museum and house I am now an official Dali fan ( wasn't before) Picnic on the way to Girona by way of lovely town of Besalu, and a swim at Banyoles. Stayed 2 nights at Pension Bellmirall .Tapas & Rosata for dinner. Breakfast on patio.
Second day (Saturday) took motor tour of ...
... what seemed to be yet another col. After about 40 Kms along the coast we headed inland and spent most of the rest of the day travelling through farmers fields. It was very hot and we had difficulty finding a place to eat, but when we did, one of the patrons kindly came over to translate for us. Must say fresh melon in this part of the world is outstanding. The only negative note about today, other than the heat, is that the coastal road is very busy with ...
... and generous as anyone, but then there's too often the exact opposite. So we will try again tomorrow, down the road.
It was a quick trip down the highway to Girona for Caroline, Lucie and Arthur so they enjoyed lunch and an afternoon of visiting the old town in the centre of Girona. We headed back their ourselves later, relatively quickly and conveniently on the city bus, for a bit more sight-seeing and dinner. ...
... cycle routes in both directions from the site, opting for what I considered to be the safer alternative. However, just 5 minutes from home I hit the kerb with my front wheel and toppled onto the pavement. I lay stunned for a minute or two then a small group of lady cyclists who had stopped nearby for refreshments came to my aid, and between them they arranged for a driver who was accompanying them to get me back to the caravan. Battered, badly ...