El Paraiso Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... who lived in Jerez and went hiking in the sierras. They say that the colonies of huge black birds seen circling over the mountains are Griffon Vultures with a wingspan of 2.6 to 2.8 metres. Wow!) Over another mountain was another cloud, this time of a dozen hang-gliders. These I recognise. The towns surprised me by looking quite prosperous, and smart. Maybe the financial situation hasn't hit the agricultural towns as hard as the ...
... have tours twice a day and on tour one sees areas one does not see during high season, March to September. Our only disappointment was that there was no furniture. Furniture seems to make it easier to relate to a home; however, what we saw and learnt was fantastic. We did not realize that for the 'Moors' the outside of a home was plain, simple and non imposing, it's the inside that was beautified. There were gardens, running water and fountains in every room. Each wall ...
... restaurant and it was almost full. The restaurant holds some 300 people in total so it was not small. During the evening we asked about other entertainment and was told a Las Vegas troup, the Rat Pack, was coming on March 21, we booked the same table so we will see the 'Rat Pack' perform and have dinner that night. Other entertainment that was coming was a 'Spanish Night' with a flamenco dancer etc. but it ...
... with medical practitioners and the knowledge acquired through generations of science! Obidos was next on our travels - a medieval town, set within the walls of a medieval castle and home of a sour cherry liqueur, called Ginja de Obidos. This was sampled served from a chocolate shot glass. Very tasty indeed! A walk around the castle ramparts, with Antony's Safety outlook going haywire. Shear drops, with no edge protection in sight. Great views though. The usual cobbled, tight, ...
One last visit to Altea our favourite place here. We walked along the harbour, the sun shining on the ocean. Both Colin and I loved the distinctive cut of the trees, like a short bob haircut! Mavis and Bob our lovely neighbours took us to see a brand new campsite on the hillside where the terraced grounds gave lovely views. It is a strong possibility that if we return here next year that this will be the campsite we choose also aptly ...