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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Conil de la Frontera
... The Chipiona Light,Punta del Perro Light,located on Dog Point serves as the landfall light for Seville. The town has attractive buildings some dating back to the 16th -century. It was very quiet today,local tourists only. We browsed the shops and chose a tapas bar for some lunch. Sitting and people watching is a wonderful pastime. We found where we had parked the car and mapped our route back to Jerez. Tomorrow we are going to head to ...
... the bus was 20 mins late and we had to use the 'fans' of a large Canary Island Palm to shelter behind.
The bus was a local ' stopper' which was interesting - it took an hour and a half plus to get to Cadiz.
We searched for the TO but of course we got lost- ...
... of flowers.
The modern town is quite big and bustling. The tourist info was very helpful and welcoming.
We e ventually made our way back to the campsite via the supermarket for a very late lunch and an afternoon in the sun.
Tomorrow is likely to be the last day of really fine sunny weather for a couple ...
... had to empty the storage space under the bed to give him access to the motor. The problem turned out to be a broken part that drove the belt to the alternator. We waited and waited while they tried to source a part. Finally, just before the place closed at 8pm the owner plugged us into power and we settled down to spend the night in the street. It was a very quiet street and it would have been fine to stay there if it ...
... deserted ghost town with all of the shops shuttered and tumbleweed rolling down the streets. Activity would pick-up again later in the day, and people of all ages would be out walking, eating, chatting, etc well past midnight.
Hearing that we would be able to go to this 'huge' festival conjured up images of Andalusian horses, Flamenco dancers and delicious food. As Heather said, it was still fun, just not quite as envisioned. It probably would've been even better ...