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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
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... route, but you discover and see so much that you might normally miss and we enjoyed some great views of the salt marshes. The town is as you might suppose very French, with some tiny shops, that sometimes to us appear to be trying to sell bric-a -brac and look as if their stock has not changed in decades, I hope this is not unfair!!! The cafes are tiny too and tables and chairs sit very precariously on the narrow pavements outside, the ...
... up, but promptly had to turn round after about 2 miles as the road was " Barrie " barred, but it did give us the chance to see a huge flock of Flamingos on another lake and they were so pink. We arrived at the dealers. Do you recall the old saying of couldn't organise a *+¥% up in a brewery, well this place would fit that phrase perfectly. We are going ...
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We had a little walk around the town which is very quiet until after 10 am when it all comes alive with shops and cafes. After an expresso stop, we decided to visit the castle, where you can climb the 150 stairs to the view point and turret. This gave great views of the city, and of the cathedral that we visited yesterday.
... Madrid, Valencia and of course Cuenca speaks for itself.
My last evening saw me sitting quietly in a small bar near my hotel where I enjoyed my last Spanish supper of Tapas and my beloved Seafood Paella, and of course ably assisted by cold ale and a glass of local red. Up early (well for Spain anyway) and on to the train at 8.25am. I know I have stated it before but the paradoxes, contrasts and comparisons of traveling through foreign countries are ...
... sitting by the side sipping a cold one :-) and water obviously. Spent a couple of hrs in the shade of the van reading (and snoozing) till tea time. We decided to go for a wander off site to find the lake (cos out gate to the private one closed at 6pm), found a lovely walk right down to the waters edge where some horses were having a cool off, and camper vans were parked for the night, what a beautiful setting it was, if only our leisure ...