Hotel Restaurant Michel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Today's hike was billed by Bill as an easy one and indeed it was a lovely easy walk over 11KM with delightful views and company.
Ours was a small but happy group, Bill, Roger, Claire, Lars and myself enjoyed a nice pace covering the distance in less than 2 hours and 45 minutes with stops for a "banana break" and lunch.
As we drove from Castalla towards our starting spot the morning mist hovered over the ...
... want" We took their advice and chose just a few activities, wanting to focus on relaxing.
I had several of the treatments offered including the colon cleanse...a treatment that isn't as bad as you might imagine, but I won't discuss it here.
Carol and Andrew West own the resort and have worked very hard to qualify as the UK’s first PCRM (physicians committee of responsible medicine) food for ...
... share with Barbara, www.castillodesantabarbara.com. 160;Then we walked through the old town of Alicante to another favorite restaurant Nou Manolin. www.noumanolin.com (Do you notice a pattern here?...we walk and we eat!) We planned to sail on Monday but ...
We were happy to see Dany at the airport after a long day of travel. This morning Maria took us to the hospital on her way to work (to check my INR), we walked to the train station to make a reservation for tomorrow to meet Mike Spiller in Madrid, and caught a tram back to the Esteban's home. Today we are doing laundry and packing for the Camino de Santiago. We plan to stay in Madrid overnight and travel to Pamplona on Sunday. So far we've traveled 14,001 ...
... there were people out socialising and enjoying life. It was infectious. It's 10.28 pm now. Who knows what tomorrow will bring. So far, the landscape from Sitges to here has been very similar. Mountain ranges are everywhere and the sand is like rubble with little vegetation for the most part, but then there are palm trees scattered here and there and when you get a vista of three or more mountain ranges stretching off into the distance it really is beautiful in a uniquely Spanish ...