Travel Blogs from Sant Carles de la Rąpita
It was a really scenic drive - I had no idea that Spain had so many mountains. At points we were driving through the clouds!
We were happy to see signs for Canada along the way :-)
Our new digs for the week is a house on the Mediterranean Sea complete with a pool...Jack is in heaven! We drove on a one lane road for ...
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Sunday was a very relaxed day, I did a little bit of homework, but not too much else. I slept a lot to try to prepare for San Juan on Monday night. Sunday night a German girl named Hanna arrived, and I got to talk to her in Spanish for a little bit, which was very fun for ...
... and the air seemed thundery! So we did the 5km back along the very steep rocky trail to the campsite and not long after we arrived it started to rain.
This was the first time this year I had ridden my bike very far, and I was definitely saddle sore - although the padded knickers ...
... Mora d'Ebre (Ebro) and Gandesa to the campsite at Arnes - really in the middle of nowhere!
The roads there took us through some wonderful scenery, past ochre orange/red rocks, down gorges and along ridges. There were also large fertile plains with olive groves, vines and almonds
... bit out of the way first so headed towards Alcaniz. It was a steady climb for about the first 9 kilometres and then it went downhill for another 10 kilometres – we didn’t really expect that. We carried on uphill for a couple of hours before stopping at one of the derelict stations (Estacio Valljunquera). After lunch we cycled back.
The track runs along a valley with the occasional high viaduct to cross over the rivers. It also had a couple ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service