Mecina Fondales Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... just about every flat spot you see—even high up the rugged mountainside on terraces! Welcome to Tropical Europe. Thanks to the mountains on the north blocking the northern winds, Almeria has the warmest year-round temperature in Europe, allowing it to grow bananas and other things that normally are only grown in the tropics. It is also a region of a strong immigrant presence, especially Moroccans, as there aren’t many Spaniards willing to toil in the ...
Came to this site, an oasis between the plastic. It really is! A small strip of land lying N to S from the road to the sea just west of Calahonda. Luckily you can see out because of high walls to the side but there are nothing but miles of plastic poly tunnels to either side. Makes you really think about out of season veg and fruit. Anyway the point of coming was to meet up with Tony and Sandra LaRose, which we did as well as meeting Peter ...
... Texas. When I asked Genevieve if she wanted to take her stuffed dog with her as a comfort item, she said she was afraid of losing it and wanted it safe in the camper. But her creative juices quickly got flowing and she made a doll out of a beach rock, wrapped it in a paper towel blanket and is good to go!
I feel both assured that we are doing the right thing and terrified that we're not. I've read on the Missionaries ...
... Kolkata is formerly known as the city of Calcutta and is where Mother Teresa first started the Missionaries of Charity.)
-Monica [Edited by ojo]
... War the tunnels covered more than 30 miles, we didn’t explore all 30 miles downhill, just a 10 to 15 minute stroll for obvious reasons. St Michael’s cave gets its name from a similar grotto in Apulia, in Italy, where the Archangel Gabriel is said to have appeared. The network of caves made of limestone, 300 metres above sea level, are a protected nature reserve and are used for the dramatic settings for live Opera’s and Orchestra’s.