Evenia Zoraida Park
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... a different feel than the the other provincial capitals which typically have green and life around them. Here you feel almost like you’re in a desert frontier outpost. In the next section of the castle there’s a mini-museum with rooms depicting life in Moorish times—again, I appreciate the respectful acknowledgement of this era of Spain’s history. Beyond there’s a section of ruins, and beyond yet another fortress with round towers and windows ...
... that say previous video!
Wow, I'm sure I'm stunning everyone with my brilliance right now!!! So techno-savvy!
Check out our video tour!!!!!!
It's a quick look into our apartment and the town we are in!
Roquetas De Mar.
Our beautiful (super talented) children.
Their friend Valentino.
... and bars don't close until 4 am. And they are
out on the beach until all hours. They also eat late, typically they don't even go out for dinner until about 11 pm. It's kinda weird to see little kids, 2 and 3 years old, sitting eating dinner at midnight! We
haven't quite adjusted fully to "Spanish scheduling", but still our days are shifted to accommodate where we are.
In our four weeks here we've met some great people. We frequent a couple of restaurants where ...
Shame the prices are pretty high here. We pay more than 30 € for a night which is a bit exaggerated ! We checked out the beach which reminds me a lot if Riva Trigoso on the Italian Riviera del Fiore. Than we had a sandwich and left to visit Almeria. Almeria is a nice not to big town of 200.000 inhabitants, we visited the old town with ...
... her to understand that the app screwed up, not me!
I mean I know we are standing in an empty concrete stadium park and there is no one around. I know that’s not a party. But oh well. Technology fail.
So we all walk over to a soccer field - and we are standing at the gate and I am asking Miguel in English if this is where he plays soccer. And he says yes.
His mom walks away and goes with some paper work to an office area and I now surmise that she ...