Campanile Murcia Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... shrubs, orange trees and small gardens. If I travel about 40 minutes by bus, I will also encounter the sea, or el Mar Menor.
When I got to my flat I was welcomed by a friendly and landlord, and three great roommates – Matt, Evan and Enyel. Matt was studying here last semester and has just left for his second study abroad in Mexico, but he was a great help in showing us around different places! During my first weeks I ...
... Italy, we got food and drinks for 4 of us for less than 40 euros, which was what just me and ben paid for one course in Rome!
After lunch we went and visited some more of my relatives who I also hadn't seen for a long time so that was very nice. Then we went for a walk along the sea front at Santiago de la Ribera along the mar manor where I learnt to sail years ago. The mar menor is a big lake, but its really part of the sea with a spit of ...
... in sunny Spain and there is snow as far as the eye can see. Unbelievable. We took a slight detour to get some snow for Olivia and headed back to the highway only to find a little further up the road a restaurant with you guessed it, tonnes of snow out the front so we stopped, for a coffee of course;-) took a couple of snaps and headed inside for a coffee and chocolate croissant for lunch, yummy. I decided that after this I would head out and build a snowman, something we couldn't ...
A 1 1/2hr drive from the coast up into the mountains passed Murcia to a small village called El Berro... Wonderful campsite high up into the mountains, lovely campsite. Today we walked 3 hrs round trip to a mountain restaurant for The Menu Del Dia, four courses, drinks and coffee £16 for two...! Thankfully Mick, Martin and Wendy knew the ...
... down to the beach for the day.
We wandered around 'people watching'. Walked to the water's edge and watched quite a few people swimming, people playing bat and ball games on the beach, dogs and children running around and child builders doing sandcastles.
As the morning went on the beach got more and more full. AND THEN, at midday, the brass band arrived onto ...