Hotel Dos Mares
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... breakfast, first we had to get the caravan out if a slightly complicated position. It took us a while as we couldn't turn the caravan without taking a palm tree with us and it went down on a slope. We had to attach it, pull it for a bit, detach it again, turn it by hand and pull and push it a bit, than re-attach it we were gone !!! Pfff sweating ! We drove for about 3 hours and than found a great camping about 15 km before Sevilla where we stopped and installed ...
... to some other people - I am running into a ridiculous number of people from the United States for whatever reason. And some Australians. Then I headed back down to the beach and this café called Bien Star right on the water. They have glass walls so you can see the beach and the waves but be protected from the wind, so I had a hot chocolate and watched the sunset. It was lovely.
I think the Spanish have a thing for Italian food - I have ...
On page (98-112) the book talks about the boy started realizing that everything that was going on he was starting to understand. The boy was going to go to the chiefs of of the tribes to tell them that armies are approaching. When the boy told the chiefs about his vision, the main chief told him that there are going to break the rule of having ...
... The man explained to him he is the king of Salem, and instantly Santiago thought he was a gypsy and was playing a trick. The man said to Santiago "give me one 10th of your sheep and show you the hidden treasure" he then wrote in the sand Santiago's mother's, father's, and the merchant daughter's name, and things he never told anyone. He thought he must have something to do with the ...
... in Tanger. As we drove through the busy streets, we remarked on the mounds of bales of hay that were on nearly every street corner. Muhammed only shrugged his shoulders, then exchanged words in Arabic with our driver. Then we noticed sheep on the streets, most often alone with a couple of male handlers. We asked if people raised sheep in the city and Muhammed shrugged again, saying that some do. After touring the rich part of town and seeing the ...