Cabogata Garden Hotel & Spa
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Travel Blogs from El Toyo
Shame the prices are pretty high here. We pay more than 30 € for a night which is a bit exaggerated ! We checked out the beach which reminds me a lot if Riva Trigoso on the Italian Riviera del Fiore. Than we had a sandwich and left to visit Almeria. Almeria is a nice not to big town of 200.000 inhabitants, we visited the old town with ...
... After a stressful match with lots of opportunities to score for Belgium but with an amazing American goalkeeper it went to supplementary time. And yes after 10 min the Belgians finally scored, funny thing was that as it was after midnight the guard had told the bar owner to mute the tv. I've never seen people cheering and shouting without making any noise, pretty hilarious !! :-) The Belgians scored again and everything seemed to go ...
... milking process. We learned that the milk is used for Queso Fresca locally and then some of it is pasteurized for consumption in other parts of Spain. We learned about tomato growing, when they are planted and harvested and the importance of the bees (non-stinging kind) in the green house. The tomatoes Miguel Sr. grows are shipped all over Europe. So they are picked there - and then walked right out the back door onto a truck and sent to Germany or France or wherever - so it was ...
... 8217;s driveway - saying goodbye to our family was brutal - and my stress level had reached its max. I was puffy face, snot running, hyper ventilating the good-byes and “I love you’s” - and by the time we made it to the airport in Charlotte, I was this eye-running-hand-joint-seizing-nose-ble eding-bloated-emotional-wreck-crying-tr oll-ogre-thing tagging behind Wade and the boys <--- yeah that would be me!
Full of doubt and anxiety, we ...
... was packed with sun worshippers. The Spanish seem to have no issue with nudity. The ubiquitous hippy element was in evidence with plenty of people wearing clown trousers and sporting dreadlocks, weaving friendship bracelets to sell to the day trippers.
On our way back later that afternoon, even more people were heading towards San Pedro with their tents and bags of provisions for the weekend.
The climb out of San Pedro was ...
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- Business Services
- Free parking