Hipotels Hotel Flamenco Conil
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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I've been seeing Phil and Carmen and their three children in Cadiz, staying a few nights at theirs which has been really good to catch up and meet the family. We went out for a cycle ride at a nature park, went out for a very tasty dinner in a tapas bar, watched Howls Moving Castle with the children :) Carmen cooked a traditional Spanish stew one night which was delicious.
Sylvia also came out to stay and ...
... 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 ...
... for a week. We left the bus on the site at Humilladero and went down to the coast on Saturday 7th February. The family arrived on the next day and it was pouring with rain. We took them to see the Lobo park near Antequera – a bit far to travel really, and very cold compared to the coast. The guide was a very knowledgeable woman from Belgium who spoke perfect English. The park has 4 different types of ...
... to dive in and took a couple of strokes. It felt great to get out, very refreshing. Marty on the other hand, did the little old jewish man, version of getting in. Walked in up to his knees and threw a little water under each arm ...
... very large and beautifully illustrated). We then visited the New Cathedral with its Golden Dome (designed so it would be the fist thing that returning Ships from sea would see). We looked at various beautiful houses from that era and walked the narrow streets. We visited the crypt below the Cathedral as well as the Roman Theatre below town (yes the Romans were here as well – apparently the Amphitheatre here was the third biggest of the ...