Barcelo Sancti Petri Spa Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
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... with Paul & Michelle and their friends to the sound of Tracey running the bath, well actually I awoke to the sound of breaking glass but that's another story. We waved Michelle's girlfriends off who where flying back to the UK today then had breakfast while Paul ran them to the airport at Jerez. He came back and then kindly showed us a few sights around the area before dropping us back at the boat. When we got back the ...
... the kids were hot and tired and needed to sit down and eat. Chose somewhere and had mixed tapas, great as we tried things we wouldn't have otherwise.
Still very hot so decided to leave the sightseeing and head to the town beach, found a spot and put up the chairs and umbrellas we hired from Peter and kasia and went straight in the Sea to cool off. The beach - la caleta was pleasant enough ...
... RN Dockyard at Portsmouth.
A couple of days ago we had tried, unsuccessfuly, to drive the MH on the road out to the lighthouse. We didn't have much better luck on our bikes! In places the road is completely covered in deep sand. It is impossible to ride through this and almost as difficult to push ...
... in very large natural compounds where they are able to hunt rabbits. Dene and Bry went to the Alhambra on Wednesday while we took the boys to the Bio Park in Fuengirola. We looked at lemurs and animals that looked a lot like crocodiles but had longer snouts and many different birds and snakes. It was well laid out except for the very small enclosures for the tigers. It was a very expensive experience. As the weather improved, ...
... Bristol, England and some other places.
I also visited the Museum of Cádiz was quite good, lots of beautiful and well preserved Roman jewelry and statues and some great Phoenician stuff including 2 huge marble sarcophagi from the 5th century BC.
I spent a couple of days with another friend, Teresa, in a nearby town, Jerez de la Frontera, which is part of the Sherry Triangle. Seems that the grapes that makes sherry can only ...