Hotel Globales Reina Cristina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... I spent 4 very significant months of my life living in this town. I walk past the place where I studied… the cinema I went to with Lino once… the memorable walk along next to the sprawling port… back down town I walk up to the top of the hill to a little neighbourhood that has almost an old town feel to it. There in front of the chapel I rest in the same little plaza I sat with Angelica, Jaime and Carlota, 18 long years ago…
With still ...
... a cheap basic room in a town like Algeciras doesn’t bother me. But after all
the interesting and appealing and beautiful places I’ve travelled through over
the last five weeks, this has to be a low point. I can laugh about it because
it’s costing me next to nothing and enabling me easy access to Gibraltar, but
this is one of the saddest and ugliest towns I’ve been to in a long time. As I
walked through the streets there were a ...
... it was truly beautiful. Bullring and the Plaza de Espana were a couple of the historic highlights, and a new installation called The Parasol, which reminded us of a lightshade that was bought as a present. However queuing in the sun for hours to see another cathedral was not for us. As we left the city the gauge on the bike read 43 degrees, and on the highway 38. After and hour or so it dropped to 32, and as we reached our destination a balmy 26.
Made a bit of a study of ...
... that I have no credit. I just got a 20€ top up with 20€ gratis!! Ah you probably forgot that we call gib and maroc as roaming so €2.89 per min to receive *******os.. I am getting new sim when i get back to spain,etc.
I am going to brush up my night sailing techniques, more later
left late for Fuengirola due fog. bloody fog in summer, whats happening?. Light winds again so I am becoming a proficient motor sailer. we` arrive late at night and ...
... region, so I choose paella, a Spanish dish. After all, for good or for bad, this part of Morocco has had and always will have a special connection with Spain. I finish it off with a typical Moroccan avocado and nuts juice and a Spanish flan... slowly head to the collective taxi station... catch a taxi to Tetouan... back to Casablanca. Goodbye North Morocco. Goodbye Tanger Superhike. It's been an amazing ...