Vilar Rural de Sant Hilari Sacalm
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... completely in golf, don't wait for the only time that it gets video'd, I looked a bit of a blue tit. 3. Golf buggies are cool, full stop. 4. If you are English and like to eat dinner during the show 'neighbours', forget about eating in Europe. 5. Be prepared to not go to anywhere on a Sunday evening or Monday at anytime - places in Europe do not like opening. 6. There are far, far too many flies in Girona. 7. You must learn that not everyone is switched on in life, ...
... in a sandwich and toast it - we was told it was something we HAD to do before leaving Girona. Whether she was on commission or had a tongue that lacked the ability to measure richness I do not know, but that sandwich was RICO. The place resembled a small part of Tim Burton's mind academy and seemed to boast this in it's prices, but it was different and certainly an experience, be it untidy. During my Spanish conversation with the girl behind the bar, I did manage the ...
... progressed to the land of the rental cars - seemed smooth running, well, when papa had queued up for the CORRECT rental car company - apparently assuming you are at the right queue is not ok. Then the mission to find the upgraded car (Ford Focus, wahoo). It was quite liberating to find the car via the use of the practical 'remote control' technology. As we stood from one car park looking across to the other, we kept out fingers crossed ...
... That man was very twisted. Amber was hungry so we stopped at a cantina and she ordered grilled fish and was shocked to receive a platter with 5 different types of fish. Accomodation was booked using mums rewards point so we stayed in luxury. Seperate rooms. It was a bit of a goats track to get there but well worth the adventure for the ...
... going to Ripoll was to visit the Tourist Office to get some information on walking. Once we finally found it (it may be a small town but it is very disorientating) we were directed to a number of book shops where we may buy a map – just as they were all closing for the long lunch breaks the Spanish enjoy.
Whilst waiting for the shops to open, we decided to cycle to St Joan de les Abadesses along a disused railway, about 10 km away. We had a quick cycle around ...