Hotel Don Miguel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... than any restaurant food. Bike ride this afternoon, 30 mins on the beach and a nice relaxed cold tea before it’s dark. Will tell you how far we biked tomorrow, we’re doing it again and Mark has now rigged up the pedometer thing!!
So it’s 5k each way to the beach on the bikes, and Penny says that’s with hills too!
Had a lovely day on the beach, a 90 min lunch break with beer (sorry you working guys!!) .
Temp got to 25 degrees, but ...
... of what we guessed to be chicken farms, long sheds with large silos but it was hard to tell if they were still working. And further still was the abandoned military camp, set up before the second world war but not used greatly. The buildings were falling down but the roads winding up the hills remain and are used to access the radio and television towers. The hills surrounding the valley are harshly beautiful - rocky and jagged and covered with dry country ...
After our visit to the beach at Rodalquilar and breakfast. A stunning spot we headed to Mojacar and then to Vera and up via the motorway to Totana just north of Lorca to a private Aire LaRoses told us about. It's nestled in the orange groves with olives in front of us. Might be cold later but for now it's ...
... underwear in the shower block. We had intended to move to Palomares, a little further along the coast near Mojacar, but I read on line that there was a big Mardi Gras parade in a town called Aguilas, a little further on, and there was a camp site close to the town. I contacted them; they had a space, so here we are at Camping Bellavista. They say they had space, they did, but that is only because we are all crammed ...
... day was Valentine day and Jeremy and Wendy's wedding anniversary so a very special day for everyone. After opening cards and presents we drove to Mojáca Pueblo to show them the views and the town, being a clear day enabled lots of super photos to be taken, it was very busy as there was festivals going on there as well over the weekend. Afterwards we drove and parked by Mojáca beach and walked along the promenade eventually stopping for a drink to quench our thirst as ...