Hotel Arco De San Juan
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I guess its about time I posted something about my life in Murcia! I must say, I have been loving every bit of Murcia from the very first day - probably due to the great city itself, some good friends I've made, and a positive and open attitude I came in with. Murcia is a region is SE Spain, neighbors to Alicante and Almerķa. On my bus from Alicante to the center of Murcia, I got a lovely view of the rural region – many ...
Once we arrived I got to see my grandparents for the first time in forever, its really good to be here and get to visit! We had a pretty relaxed day, we went out for lunch to a local Spanish place which had menu of the day. It was really good, we had a starter of salad, bread and aioli. Then I had vegetables for the second course, then fish and chips and then tiramisu! It was delicious and loads of food! It was really cheap too ...
... Well thank goodness we did for today we saw the most magical countryside so far in Spain. Driving through plains, we could see in the distance the Sierra Nevada range with its snow, me all excited again grabbed for my camera thinking if I don't hurry I am going to miss this spectacular sight, huh, little did I know what we were about to drive into. The higher we got the more snow there was till eventually it was on the roadside and all around us. I seriously could not believe it, here ...
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 ...
... or Mother Christmas, even the dogs were dressed up and children. If not in actual outfits or Father Christmas 'onesis', then they were in Red and/or white jumpers, trousers, jackets etc., it was a spectacular sight. Family Groups had BBQ's going or were enjoying picnics. Because the beach loungers were packed away for Winter, everyone had bought their own chairs, tables, umbrellas and ...