Casa Serendipity Guesthouse
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Travel Blogs from Benigembla
... area is shipped to the Japanese market and the price reflects this.
Getting to the beach is easy. The roads and highways are excellent and as long as you avoid the old and narrow parts of the downtown centres, you will be fine. Google maps was our best friend on numerous road trips due to the confusion of signs and the many exits, roundabouts and directions one may get lost in.
Road-side rubble is something you see a lot of. An empty lot, a ...
... that gets through faster than cars. It still took us 45 minutes to get in. Once you enter the town it is really no different than most busy cities. Lots of traffic and pedestrians crisscrossing in front of each other. There are thousands of scooters zipping in and out of traffic or lined up for blocks along the streets. There is very unique traffic light as you go into the city. If it is red you have to wait for a plane to land or take off. Yes the main road ...
... it then returned via the grate in the bathroom and proceeded to flood not only the bathroom, but the bedroom as well. Whilst furiously mopping up, noticed that the woodwork was totally rotten at the base, so suspect we weren't the only ones this happened to. When we mentioned it to the receptionist, he lost all his english and just shrugged.
However, the tiling was spectacular.
In a fortuitous conversation with a shop assistant, ...
... At this point I had had enough so I made the reservation and returned in 30 mins. The man that checked me in said I looked stressed. I wonder why !! I told him the events of the day and they dropped the rate to 70 euro for the night and threw in full breakfast for free. I was very grateful for this offer. I wandered up to my room, dumped my bags and had a shower.
A knock on the door and the man ...
... mountains led to lovely hills of sunflowers and then Sevilla.
Had a tiny bit of trouble finding the hotel, but had 3 choices of rooms. Tommy played Goldie Locks to see which had the best air conditioning. We chose the top floor room off the terrace.
Set out to explore and ended up in the rain. Tommy needed to change from socks and flip flops so we ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility