Hotel Avenida Tropical
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... had settled back to its usual form though.
Next was some shopping. We were down to two dinner knives, as one by one the blades had come away from the handles. Cheap nasty Debenhams stuff! Carrefour provided us with an even cheaper nastier set, 24 items for €8. I don’t suppose they will last long, but it keeps Chinese children in employment. Bedding was the second problem. On past trips we have bought sleeping bags as ...
... drive short at Niguelas, just off the motorway about half way between Motril and Granada. Several of us did a walk from there last week and I noticed that there was a possibility of leaving the village in the opposite direction from the one we took, and climbing up the hillside to the east, alongside the Rio Torrente. In fact I'm no more familiar with this route than I am with Cerro el Calar, but there's a good chance that it will be the GR7 long distance footpath and ...
... and what an amazing few weeks we have been having! I feel totally at home here, and would quite happily stay here for another few weeks or months if time allowed. I feel I have settled down into what is soon becoming a daily routine which I am loving. Breakfast with my book, followed by a walk to the beach and back, chores completed and then back outside into the sunshine for a read. 3 o'clock brings a second walk to the beach for drink and tapas time with my ...
... I have to say the pizza at Patricks was pretty amazing. It was all made from scratch - base, cheese, tomato sauce, everything he made from scratch! It was lovely. Although, when Muriel left, it did get a little strange as Patrick only speaks French with little Spanish, and I only speak English with a little Spanish! So, communication being difficult it all felt a bit awkward - like a bad date. So I made my excuses and left! The following morning, as ...
... of the balconies, my interest is suddenly caught by the hill in the distance. There I can see cave dwellings cut into the side of the hill. Several little doorways behind tiny handkerchief sized gardens. Fascinated, I get my camera out and take several shots. These abodes interest me far more than the magnificent palace in which I stand. Am I an architectural peasant? I am afraid so, I have always known it. We return to the dogs who are waiting in Sharron. I can't help but think ...