Arcea Apartamentos Aldea Del Puente
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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free parking
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There was a thundstorm and rain while we were shopping & when we started to head home the skies opened with rain, hail, sleet & snow. It was coming from all directions. I had Lily strapped on my front & we were trying to run on cobblestones covered in sleet & snow while dodging puddles & trying not to slip over. We were squealing and laughing so loud, we must of looked a spectacle running through the streets as the ...
... fluffing around we all pile into our cars, drop the older boys to the beach. The memory I have of watching the two of them walking down the beach with their boards under their arms will always bring a smile to my face.We are all so lucky they found each other at preschool.
We head out of town for a drive. The day is overcast and rainy. Mac and Denny are our personal tour guides, pointing out ...
... up to another plaza and stand in the sun to eat our morning tea.
We walk back to their apartment and enjoy a delicious slow cooked beef stroganoff and vegies for lunch. It is so nice to enjoy a home cooked meal and finally be sitting at their table.
After lunch Dan and Reid go for a long bike ride to check the surf and explore the area. Tyler, Meg and Andie head to ...
... us, that their friends had been in for the past month.
We are due to arrive by 10pm. She is going to sort our accomodation and keep our arrival secret, so we can surprise Andrew and the kids. We will contact her again at our dinner stop.We cross the border into Spain, the 11th country we have visited in 6 weeks ( including Monaco & Vatican City).
The landscape changes along with the language and toll booths.
We drive and ...
... the middle of it you can hear the ocean really well like in a seashell. Other than that, we went and saw the Roman Termas (or baths). They were small but cool to see. They sorta went through the Spanish Civil War so they weren't very well preserved for but they didn't even find them until a church got blown up and they found ...