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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Conil de la Frontera
... ceviche, and aubergine strips in an amazingly light tempura batter. Tonight it's Saturday, so we've eaten in with chicken cooked in oloroso, yum, soon out to the flamenco bar. It's a tough life! I stood on the roof terrace this afternoon, looking out over the rooftops, Palm trees and church spires thinking that it's going to be very hard to leave in a few ...
... 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 ...
... Caliphal Art’ was closed for renovations.
Disappointed with the whole experience, we admired the storks (the first we had seen) and took the scenic route over the hills. We passed the Hermitage (18th century) perched on the windiest outcrop of rock (closed until 4pm) and drove back to the bus.
Our son in Ireland said he would like to bring the boys to visit us, so we booked an apartment ...
... bus ride away, and were very fortunate that the border was open. We had tried to visit the Rock about 35 years ago, but it was closed then for different reasons. There have been fishing disputes with Spain recently, and only yesterday news reports said the border might close today! Not that there is much to see, but we were pleased with our day out. We had some good British guides to tell us about the history, politics and economy of this unique ...
... We'd been to Barbate and to Conil and, although they were pleasant enough towns, they were not that special, so I wasn't expecting anything much.
Vejer is some 12 km inland from the campsite and hugs a hilltop with its sparkling white buildings. The road climbs steeply up the hillside and, being a bit misty, we drove up through the clouds to a town bathed in sunshine. Parking was ...