Hotel Avenida Tropical
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Anyway, being in one place for a while is sounding very nice right now! A chance to rest and catch up on schooling and chores sounds really good right now. Many RV parks offer huge discounts in the winter (up to 70%) if you stay for a month or more, so financially, it's also good for us to pick a spot and stay put for a while. I'm attaching some photos from 2 towns we drove through on the way. One was a total surprise - we went out of our way to ...
... want to visit both Portugal and Tangier, and we have literally thousands of photos to sift through for posting*... not to mention the laundry! -ojo * My favorite? Probably Vivi's impression of La ...
... 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 ...