Hipotels Hotel Flamenco Conil
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- Swimming pool
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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, Seņor ...
... very attractive, right in the top floor (a long climb up here via tight, winding marble stairs), and really light and airy. We have all the comforts of home and actually enjoyed being able to cook for ourselves the first night. After settling in we headed off to find a supermarket, stopping off for a light snack as we had not had lunch. Phil, sporting his Collingwood cap, was spotted by an Aussie couple from Perth and some travel ...
... for 10 unsweaty hours straight. Unfortunately, the next day I moved to a hostel (cheaper) with none of the above and a shared bath. Will someone please buy me lottery ticket so I can travel in the style to which I would like to become accustomed? I’m not even talking Four Seasons, just a Hampton Inn would be heaven.
On my first day of freedom (post school), I had bread, olives, cheese and tinto for breakfast (in my defense, it was ...
... the history of the place. I guess I'll have to look it up online.
The walk then took us along the road from the promontory, through dunes and a pretty lagoon towards a cafe bar we hoped would be open. It was and we stopped for a fresh orange juice - a pint each - and it was very welcome. This cafe bar was a round low building, created out of large round stones with a round pointed roof sitting on top like a ...
... my life would be like if I stayed here forever.
Bolonia itself is just a little pueblo with expansive land and herds of pigs, horses, and bulls. Roman ruins and the massive sand dunes make it protected natural land. I have every intention of getting a horse, a cow, a few chickens, and a dog and retiring here the moment I am able to.
Bolonia, I will be ...