Vilar Rural de Sant Hilari Sacalm
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We spent yesterday just relaxing by the beach and pool. It is a total chill out spot. The boys hired a paddle boat and paddled their way through the water. The sand is a bit coarse. It's not as fine as ours in Aus. I'm over it being on the RV floor though.
We have had two nights of really big lighting storms that hit in the early evening. The one last night was a real light show. It was amazing to watch from the beach.
We have been eating out because it is so cheap here. I ...
Train to the city. Already 27 degrees and promised to be hotter later, so started with an open top bus tour. Barcelona is large and sprawling, so only did western side and the city beaches over 2 and a half hours. Gave us an idea of the city - very innovative in all sorts of architectural things. Stopped for lunch - I had paella, disappointing for the first try. Then the Picasso Museum, having wandered through some fascinating narrow old streets of the Barri Gotic (old town) to get ...
Up early to have the washing at the office by 8 am - no laundrette for campers. Then we lazed, ate, read and drank tea (John did computer work) until washing was ready to collect (wet) and bring back to hang out to dry. Cleaned bathroom, washed floor etc to fill our day while washing dried. Internet at the office only, very noisy. Very hot day, up ...
Spectacular thunder and lightening at about 2 a.m. and torrential rain - not a good sleep after all. Then......All set to leave camp for Barcelona. John was doing his usual "kick the tyres " truckie check before departure and found we had lost a wheel stud (sheared off). Robyn and I went grocery shopping while the boys took the wheel off and fixed it. So lucky we were in a level car park, and not on the side of a mountain road. 4 hours later, after a quick lunch, set off and drove ...
... 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 ...