Hipotels Hotel Flamenco Conil
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Today is our longest train journey. We leave Barcelona Sants station at 9.35 and get into Seville at 20.30. The metro journey was very straightforward and we even got to say goodbye to a sleepy Sandra. We boarded the train after a bit of confusion at the platform since the train there was not to Barcelona and was 15 minutes late into the platform prompting a bit of ...
... were now able to share livestock, goods, agricultural products and diseases that they had never experienced before. For example, the Columbian Exchange brought tomatoes to Europe (yup, even Italy) and smallpox to the Americas. Why do we have that big boulevard named after Columbus in Philly? I´m sure that perplexes historians throughout our continent.
Anyway, our time in Cádiz was very relaxing. We made it to a lovely beach and had some fun at karaoke. ...
... on the beach, but we couldn't drive to the lighthouse because...well, you'll see why in the pictures.
Our friends from Seville (Pepa & Batur and their two daughters) came to visit us the first weekend we were in Conil. We planned to go to the beach, but it was too windy. We’re not wimps – when I say it was too windy, I’m talking about gusts between fifty and sixty kilometers per hour! We changed our plans and went to Vejer de ...
... Picture your favorite beach town twenty years before it was covered in concrete, buildings and people -when it was rolling green land, farms and sand dunes. Add some sandbars that are undisturbed by jetties, seawalls and runoff. Now sprinkle-sprinkle in pointbreaks, reefs, cervezerias and tapas. This is El Palmar.
... making headway so Steve put the throttle down to get us going again. The waves were getting progressively larger as we approached the cape and we struggled to get round past the lighthouse and round the headland to Barbate. We thought the wind direction would be good as we turned but it seemed to stay on the nose all the time so again we struggled along with the current against us for 2 hours to do 5 miles. Do you have those dreams where ...