Casa Julia Hotel Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We walk up the road beside the river, and notice a man working with power tools in a sculptor’s workshop. He invites us in for a look, and in the back room we find a lot of whimsical items, including a Santa Claus and reindeer constructed from caged coke cans. Dianne notices a tip box on his bench and responds. We cross the road to use a wide timber walkway beside the river, taking photos of hanging buildings on the town side supported on 20 metre high stone walls ...
Feel the city on Granada....not as nice as Barcelona or Madrid....doggy poo everywhere. The countryside was mountainous and ....show covered mountains In the distance....wind farms Very pretty Olives trees ....thousands of trees planted in rows for timber......houses built into the sides ...
... opulentes. We are on the anchor for the night in a charming little bay. On the way we have seen Benidorm and have seen high rise after high rise along the coast. It is with delight that we come across this little bay where there aren't any tall building but instead lovely big ...
... fuel but directions when you get to their hypermarket are all based on you driving a Fiat 500. I nearly had another reverse a 4 ton motorhome back from a beheading device.
I went on another bit and got ripped off by REPSOL: at 1.22 a litre but with yellow light on I wanted to get near to Alicante before any campsite would be closed. I'm checked in now and all in €15 for night with WiFi and pool/pool bar etc. security man came on duty at 9 and will be here all night. ...
... roads are quite busy but to be fair the Spaniards are a bit forgiving if you are holding them up. A mix of the usual at site this evening UK, Holland, Germany and France. It might be my pale west Cork head (and the number plate!) but I was hardly in the gate when an English lady wanted to know what part of Ireland I was from as both here parents were from Kilkenny/Wicklow. The lemon groves around us are abandoned and the ...