Costa Natura Naturist Apartment Hotel
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- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... designed, aesthetic historical monuments. I clamber around some of these structures which, despite this place being such a tourist draw, seem pretty abandoned and just left to decay. Many of the bunker are full of trash and crumbling. I guess people all just come up here for the view and for the monkeys, who seem quite happy to pose on the railing for a photo. After reaching the north end, I head to the south end where I head off the road to explore another ...
A light breakfast on our plaza followed by Easter mass in a beautiful little church which was a two minute walk away. It was amazing how many statues, many of them dressed, the church had, i believe is typical Spanish. We strolled to a plaza for our second cup of coffee and while there the last procession of Semana Santa came along the street, with one last float of the week. The float had the risen Lord and the Blessed Mother both on the same float and this ...
... this is the best thing to do", despite the fact she could have sold me a more expensive return ticket!
I then arrived right at the top of the Rock, with superb views of the surrounding area, and then walked around seeing the Monkeys and going into the caves and forts that told the story of the importance of the Rock throughout history.
... words in their native tongue.) From both a personal and professional standpoint, travelling is a very handy stepping stone.
You lighten up – Uptight people cannot travel. Fact. Whether you’re sharing a dorm room with 10 other people, setting up camp in the middle of nowhere or are living out of a backpack for weeks on end, there is simply no room for uptightness. You become less materialistic, learn to to go with the flow ...
... and, despite all the problems of the day, i wished i was back in Morocco. There was the odd patriotic moments as i passed Sir Winston Churchill Road and a red telephone box but in truth, i just wanted to get to the hotel. Looking at Apple Maps, it was only looked a short distance but with a huge, heavy pack on my back, it seemed to take forever. When i did eventually get to the hotel, i jumped into the shower to cool off and get rid of the sweat the practically ran to bed. Such a long ...