Prestige Goya Park
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... trees. One of the towns enroute was Murcia,.. quite a large town,.. the capital of the province of the same name. Following our dear 'Kate' into the centre of Murcia, we appeared to be destined for ever narrowing lanes AGAIN!,.. so reprogrammed the GPS and headed for the coast.We made great time and actually covered 340+ Klms from Granada to arrive at a spot south of Alicante well before cocktail hour. It is a very acceptable campsite not far from a place called Santa Palo. It is on ...
... but there was never anyone there and any information that was on notice boards was in Dutch. All the other people on the site were Dutch and tended to stick together so it was rather a lonely stay. Treacle has been very ill over the past few weeks and so, reluctantly, I have started to give her steroids again. So far we have had two good days and I am keeping my fingers crossed for the future.
From this small Dutch site I move ...
... to see the crazy, dreamy scene gradually emerging piece-by-piece, wondering what on earth had been going on inside his head. The Dali Theatre-Museum occupies the former Municipal Theatre which was destroyed at the end of the Spanish Civil War. On its ruins Dali decided to create his museum for three reasons: he considered himself to be a theatrical painter; the Theatre is in front of the church where he ...
... huge public baths with heated floors (Ancient ruin)). We walked the ancient area imagining how it would of been in those days and then went down to the beach for some lunch. After a while driving around we found a huge beach with hundreds of wind surfing kites in the sky, we sat on the sand with some ice-creams and watched the ...
Holding strong political views is common in Spain, but in Catalonia, the area surrounding Barcelona, it's obligatory. We arrived on the weekend of the local government elections, and walked into a storm of posters, cars with loud-speakers, rallies, and bus ads, and when the Far Left candidate became Mayor of Barcelona, on a ticket of refusing to let people behind with their mortgages get evicted from their ...