Conil Park Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking hotel
- Babysitting service
- Breakfast Available
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... Seņor was looking slightly less than at one with the world. There was much tugging, pulling, toing and froing, re-aligning, re-adjusting, and stretching in the area of the ****** department. He had now realised that XXL might have been the best option. With 5 kilometres to the van and the temperatures around 25c, Seņora was concerned that she might be asked to administer some cream to the chafed areas - She was not looking forward to it, but I did ...
... damage the fabric of the building, but it was an unlucky omen, for during the rest of our stay in El Puerto there was thick fog and it was horribly cold and damp.
We’d expected occasional rain and cool early mornings and nights, but fog isn’t something you normally find in Southern Spain! The local people we talked to all said it was most unusual. The Jefferis Extreme Weather Effect strikes again! ...
... bunkers with guns pointing down toward the bay.
We hiked around the mountain for a couple hours, just taking in the views. Its no surprise this is a military hot-spot. Everything is visible. To the north there is Spain, and just a few miles across the water is Morocco. Looking to the east, the Mediterranean, and to the West is what you know to be the Atlantic. The highest concentration of large transport ships I had ever seen occupied the waters all day long. Some ...
... My fellow Canadian friend and I pretty much spotted in at the same time. I didn't quite clue in but TO quite simply said,
"You'd better run dude, cops are coming."
Now, of course I had bolted from cops before (maybe in high school??? proof that traveling really does revert you back to your innocent youth, before responsibility and lameness set in) but not quite like this. The streets were narrrow and like a grid, so I had to plan my ...
... though not in the rest of Europe, apparently – the UK has been having snow! ) so we spent some time exploring the coast to the south of Conil. We visited Barbate on a Sunday, when the locals were out strolling on the prom with their children and having lunch in the seafront restaurants. It was once an important tuna-fishing town but it looks as if the industry is in decline, and some of the ...