Hipotels Hotel Flamenco Conil
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- Swimming pool
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Today we were in the city of Cádiz, Spain. Despite the very strong winds, the pilots & bridge team managed to bring Britannia alongside safely, and on time. Grampa still isn't well so we took Bet around with us. The winds didn't settle to it was hard to get around the city. We went to some shops and returned to ...
Estepona - 4 Marzo 2015
When we completed our first year in Europe, I listed some "Do's and Don'ts". One of which was to avoid anything beginning Costa or ending Riviera on The Mediterraneo. Whilst Estepona is on the Costa Del Sol, it has an unspoilt, underdeveloped feel with an old town, few high rise hotels and apartments and, dare I say it, a bit of money and class. The resort, I think, is an exception to the rule. As usual, though, Señor ...
Super chulo (cool!!) in our VW camper straight out of the 70s!!! What a fantastic way to travel meandering the small roads 20 -30kms at a time. Beers are cheap, food is always home/van-made and your always guaranteed a room with a view!! You guessed it, we want one!! Plenty of room for the soundsystem (especially now you can get a subwoofer from minirig to boost the tunes!!).
Well back down to earth.... ...
... possibly) in the near future. They are definitely doing the right investment.
We had a nice lunch at a small village called Zahara de los Atunes. Greg thinks it was one of the best meals in this trip.
We were almost in Tarifa. At the outskirt of it (20km west from Tarifa) there is a town called Bolonia. This is where the most complete Roman town (ruin) is. This was very very impressive sight. You can walk through the ancient city. ...
... buoy only to be told a few minutes later that it wasn’t possible to stay there. So we had to drop the buoy and go back upstream to find an anchorage. It wasn’t far but the anchorage area is very tight because of the very narrow navigation channel. A few metres either side and you could be stuck on the mud bank. We found a deep pool and dropped anchor for the night. A peaceful lagoon turned into the usual motorboat, jetskier paradise but ...