BEST WESTERN Salobrena
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... blue Mediterranean Sea. Will try to post more later from "real" camera, but here are some from my phone. The other pic is from Almerķa which is very near here and also pretty, but in a completely different way. It is also a huge city. Nijar was a tiny little town. More later. Night night for now. - Mo P.S. - Phil just got back from the laundry room and informed me that he just posted to the blog too, so hopefully we didn't duplicate too much information! ...
... 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 ...
When embarking on this trip I didn't have much of a concrete plan and just winged it from day to day. The only part of my trip which I had "planned" was spending a week or two in tarifa, Southern Spain, at the end of my trip before heading north for home. Well that only "planned" part of my trip has not come to fruition, and I have my newest addition Suerte to thank for that. If I hadn't been such a softie and seen a dog in need of a good home, then I would have carried ...
... perhaps she did not want to go, and I resigned myself to that fact. Feeling a little disheartened that I was perhaps going to be coming home dog less, my spirits were soon picked up when someone mentioned that they knew of some Dalmatian puppies which needed rehoming. I'm aware that Dalmatians are perhaps not the best breed as they can develop health problems in later life, but how can you say no! It being a Saturday, the shelter was not open, so I ...
... examples in our own English stately homes. A guard checks our ticket and a sign informs us that we can only enter the gardens once. No re entry allowed! Shame. The thing that thrills me most is a squirrel who runs along the path before climbing up his tree and disappearing into the tangle of branches. He is a beautiful dark brown with a very scraggy bushy tail. Another queue awaits us when we arrive at the palace doors. Thirty minutes later and we are inside, admiring the ...