- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... let's explore Huelva a bit more. The city is built around a hill with a semi-abandoned park at the top with a big concrete bridge looping around the top. Not exactly competing with Sevilla's Plaza de Espana or Granada's Alhambra. But as I wander around downtown I bit more, I do get to liking the place a bit more. You're walking along, then suddenly there's a beautifully and creatively designed building, sandwiched between some ordinary buildings... I ...
Now I know what you are thinking, but I'm sorry you are wrong !! I am aware that Donny Osmond was criticised and much maligned after his 1973 No.1 hit, but when you really, really, really listen to the lyrics to “Puppy Love” (as I did after meeting Chico ), then you will see such a deep and intense meaning, it is as if it was written especially for me. As we pulled into Tarifa campsite pitch, I thought for a split second that I ...
... elephant milk "pitcher" for our coffee. Since Cady (our daughter), too, loves elephants from her time in Thailand and India, it was a good find. And, it was priced at one Euro, she thought. She asked me for the money (she doesn't like to carry money for some reason!) and I gave her a 5 Euro bill, which she promptly handed over to the vendor--who took it with no indication of any change coming. When Dianne asked, the lady pointed to the 5 Euro sign close ...
... and all that gear following me around... but if I did, I wouldn't be able to get to nearly as many places as I do, nor would I have the time to fully explore every town that I play music in. On my way to Huelva, I sit next to a fellow who seems to be speaking in a dialect of Arabic on his cell phone--but it's not Moroccan. I decide it's a good excuse to start a conversation. "I'm from Mauritania" he tells me. Great! I haven't had the chance to chat ...
The apartment was very nicely furnished but the area is very built up and there is no public transport at all not even a taxi rank. I was a bit concerned as my daughter katie and i were due to head on to portugal for a few days after our friends returned to seville airport. We had to get a lift from them at 6am.
El Portil has a lovely beach and there are plenty of restaurants to eat in. There is an ...