Elba Almeria Hotel
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... of them were one way streets because there was no room for two cars to pass. This could be confusing if you are new to the town and don’t know which way the streets go. The town was very clean and had a more Moorish or Turkish influence to it. Considering the proximity to Africa, this is of no surprise. The town did have a wide promenade down by the harbor, which made a very nice first impression.
As always we had to find a café. When we found one, the young lady ...
... to the rescue, the UK Santander mobile phone App is smart enough to locate the nearest Santander ATM, in Spain, for us. It is in Aguadulce, about two miles away.
So, in the interests of exercise, and, saving £4, we walk to Aguadulce.
The saving is then spent (plus a bit), and the exercise undone, on two very large gin and tonics.
Saturday 15th ...
... rain). So, we cycle to the "Commercial Park", which is a sort of small Eldon Square. There are some very smart shops, but, no customers.
Thursday 13th March 2014
The weather forecast says, it is going to be overcast, perhaps with rain today. Which I think was actually yesterday's weather, since it is actually warm and sunny when we emerge in the morning.
We cycle the three miles along the coast, to the Market on Avenue de Union Europa.
It is ...
... after the Moors were ejected, clearly in a period before reconciliation and peaceful co-existence was the fashion.
Whilst we have been away, we have been reading books set in the period of King Henry viii, clearly, Spain never had anyone to strip the churches of ...
... the pair purchased (thus effectively making the price of the one she does like 4.20Euro), has no bearing.
I am rambling, I am stressed.
Today is a day to dread.
Kathleen needs her hair dyeing, and, for some reason known only to her, she wants me to do it, rather than just do the sensible thing, and go to a hairdresser.
It is a big enough shock, to ...