Hotel ATH Roquetas De Mar
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a globe (perhaps a fitting symbol of El Ejido) I reach the edge of town, and continue on through the greenhouse zone past endless plastic covered greenhouses, some being cultivated, some empty… trying to get a bit of a taste for what life must be like for the workers here. Back towards town, I do find one little historical structure in a roundabout—a little shrine or walk in tomb… There’s also a cool, quirky mansion with antique cars and ...
... wind stop. I was generally fearing the worst. You see, we were parked on top of a cliff, and as the wind got stronger and stronger I was convinced that I was going to blow off the top of the cliff. That's not even an exaggeration! I watched to see if anyone else was moving or even stirring, but all was quiet on the western front. I wondered whether I was just making a fuss about nothing Come 5am I had had enough. The wind was getting worse, so I decided to bite the bullet and try ...
... for six months of winter.
Our fingers were firmly crossed that we'd be able to anchor this time, as once again there weren't any particularly helpful marinas around, but this time we were lucky. The crescent bay on the east side of the cape was perfectly sheltered, with beautifully warm water and an empty but rather beautiful ...
The next day was even worse on the anchorage front. We were planning on having a fairly short day, so we left late, only to find that the spot we'd selected was right behind a headland with 20 knots of wind gusting around it, straight into us.
This was clearly unsuitable, but the nearest marina was 26 miles away and we'd struggle to get there before dark. Still, we ...
Saturday 13 Sep 14 – A very bright start to the day on entry to Almeria in Spain. The port has an imposing fort immediately above the town – La Alcazaba. Built in the 10th century by the Moors, it now has very attractive gardens built into its interior. It was never meant to be palatial and acted as a defence against attack.
We docked at about 6:30am and went ashore at 9am to beat the heat. 30 degrees were ...