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Discussion in 'Events and Cruise Write Ups & Gallery' started by billz, Sep 1, 2019.
Some lovely pictures Bill!
Hope you both have a great trip @billz.Super scenery over the Pyrenees.
Photos are fab. Car looks great too
More great photos
Good to hear that the heads a lot better pal, looking forward to more pics of the trip to Spain
Arrived at Javea in Spain after a 7 hour 408 mile drive. Got to within 55 miles of destination and popped some fuel in as could only do another 53 miles so managed 1 full tank and approx 400 miles averaging 32.8mpg so that was bloody good going.
View from apartment
Temp hit 32 degrees just before Valencia but has now dropped to 26 and is 1900
Have a good stay both, not envious at all, rather be here in a stuffy warehouse office any day of the week...
Have been quiet while we have been down in Spain but today we went for a run out.
We are now homeward bound. Quick trip over the Pyrenees and stopping about 10 miles from Laruns towards Pau.
Gorgeous blue sky Bill.
Good job you're not still down in Valencia @billz, they've had a 'Gotta fria'. That's a massive rainfall, 300 mm a day. My old hometown of Ontinyent is flooded, 2 dead washed away in their car in nearby Caudette. In Ontinyent the fire service has had to rescue people from upstairs windows. You can see reports/pictures on the net.
Bloody hell! That's bad.
In Cordoba and Granada last week, wall to wall sunshine 39°c, never drunk so much water!
The storm started Tuesday night. They even pushed all the sand on the beach upto the Arenal plaza to try and stop it coming up to the shops and restaurants. We drove through torrential rain all the way past Valencia. Set off at 8am and got clear of the rain just before zaragoza at 12pm
Zaragoza onwards was 27 degrees top down all the way to our stop
Good video on 'El Periodic' Ontinyent, but not if you live by the river! Normally it's just a small stream, today it's more like the Trent.
Tornado went through Denia, turned over a lorry and demolished the Sportshall at the Leisure Centre.
Have just read about it on La Piaz
Well we arrived home safely last night. Decided to catch tunnel yesterday instead of this morning. So a 500 mile drive home in glorious sunshine all day was to be had.
The road ahead
A total of 3160 miles covered and an average of 33.4mpg
Will post a couple of vids up when I get the time to edit them
Nice one @billz, thanks for sharing. Looks like you had a great trip.
A couple of little clips put together of some of the roads.