Hospederia Bajo el Cejo
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHospederia Bajo el Cejo Alhama de Murcia
Against the beautiful mountains of the Sierra Espuna, Bajo el Cejo is a great place to go relax for the weekend. They have easy access to hiking trails, a pool, and mouth-watering offerings for breakfast and dinner.
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... lot of the city, met numerous international students, and re-encountered with my friend Nick from Eckerd, to both of our surprise!
If I had to describe Murcia in one word, it would probably be lively. Its not a huge city like Barcelona or Madrid, though there are also people out eating and drinking together (everything is pretty cheap, which is wonderful), there are several shops, and a few museums I have yet to explore! I now have ...
... in sunny Spain and there is snow as far as the eye can see. Unbelievable. We took a slight detour to get some snow for Olivia and headed back to the highway only to find a little further up the road a restaurant with you guessed it, tonnes of snow out the front so we stopped, for a coffee of course;-) took a couple of snaps and headed inside for a coffee and chocolate croissant for lunch, yummy. I decided that after this I would head out and build a snowman, something we couldn't ...
A 1 1/2hr drive from the coast up into the mountains passed Murcia to a small village called El Berro... Wonderful campsite high up into the mountains, lovely campsite. Today we walked 3 hrs round trip to a mountain restaurant for The Menu Del Dia, four courses, drinks and coffee £16 for two...! Thankfully Mick, Martin and Wendy knew the ...
From Valencia we went along the coast to Cartagena. We stayed here for few days and got the bus into Cartagena. A nice place, with an interesting history, roman ruins, castles from the Moors. Christmassy feel to it too!
We left Cartagena for the Gulf of Mazaron for Christmas.Landed at Camping Torres where we pitched our van for seven days. Views of the Gulf, a backdrop of mountains, heated swimming pool and sunbathing most days under cloudless skies. I decorated the van ...
... there and screams. Cute Daniel, the artist, who is forever stealing my board pen and drawing all over the white board. Vacant Marcos who will eventually play chunky-bully-side-kick to the manipulatively good-looking psychopath in high school, his eyes occasionally flicker with life as he gives me an answer in Spanish before returning to standby mode.
Leaving the worst to last, Pablo. Pablo requires a paragraph to ...