Hotel ATH Las Salinas Park
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... castle would not be complete without internal public baths!), I pause to play my Almeria concert, and head on back into the city. Here I find everything shut down for the siesta—except for the Moroccan run teahouses and restaurants, where you can enjoy everything from mnsimmen to couscous. With that I head back through a shady park towards the bus station through a city that seems to have suddenly turned into a ghost town. I suppose I could wander around more, but ...
... leaf. And then all of a sudden the wind kicked up even more and poor Lily got sand blasted by the gravel. Not sure what to do, I kept thinking that the wind would die down. Every time I though we were through the worst of it, the wind came back with vengeance. So, with Lily being shaken this way and that and bravely standing fast against the raging storm outside I became a total gibbering mess!! There were tears, shortly followed by screaming and shouting at I don't know who to ...
From Almerimar we headed east to round Cabo de Gata, which marked the end of the Costa del Sol and the start of the Costa Cálida, which stretches along the small section of south-east Spain that include Cartagena. It translates as 'warm coast', so named because it has a micro-climate featuring hot, dry weather (even in the winter), hence it being it ...
... galore, all with British menus, and strolling past them in the evening you could hear British voices drifting towards you, talking about the lack of bovril in the supermarket.
There was nothing wrong with the place, but by the end of our few days there we were very glad to leave. It was just too surreal - even the announcements in the supermarket were in ...
... are well out and about on the pool decks soaking up the rays.
One thing that does strike us in Europe and on this ship is the lack of hats worn by anyone – except Aussie tourists. Akubras and shady hats seem to be a natural part of the inventory for Australians but very few others, tourists and locals alike, seem to imbibe. It is a weaker sun but the constant exposure must have an effect on them over time.