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... so just after midday we began pitching once again, setting up our camp next to another British couple, from Lincoln, who arrived last Thursday intending to return to the UK in June before the busy season kicks in. They were still building their 'snowbird nest', although the caravan was in situ, but since we have been here they have laid out a ground sheet across the pitch, erected a large 'penta' awning with utility ...
Lars has always been my inspiration for this blog. He encourages me to make entries, he reads my posts, offering corrections and ideas. So, it's always been a joint effort. Often he suggests topics, and sometimes I even listen, but this entry is Lars' and it is very much from his heart.
If you think his use of the work "STUCK" is excessive, well it's just his way of making a point or "rubbing it in" as he would say.....so here goes, some words from ...
Finally I held a tennis racquet in my right hand again....it's been a long time, since February! And I was pretty rusty and not nearly up to form yet but it was good to put on the tennis shoes and get some red clay on my socks! That's all part of the charm of tennis in Spain.
We joined Montemar tennis club when we arrived in El Campello and Lars has enjoyed playing there many times but this was my first time on the courts.
... the marina and down to the beach. The old fort perched up on a hill overlooking the beach creating a stunning back drop. We eyed out the beach and its lounge chairs for hire and bookmarked that for the next day. The heat was starting to get the better of us so we decided to head to town for lunch and of course some sangria to cool us down. We didn't get very far before reaching the tunnel that led us to the elevator to the fort. We were ...
... gazpacho and some tomato bread and Lars had a potato tortilla. We then shared an order of grilled green asparagus. It was a perfect summer lunch...light and refreshing.
We then walked back to the mercado to catch a tram for home. Hopefully we'll head for the beach soon...I think a dip in the Mediterranean would be a fine way to end our afternoon.
Of course we'll watch some US Open tennis this evening!
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility