Hotel Isla Bella & Spa
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
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... cabins, we set sail heading for Plymouth. We had a much calmer crossing thankfully so it was nice to be out on deck and watch the world go bye.
The final leg of our travels involved a great stop over in Portishead to meet up with family before the long drive north back to Edinburgh.
We have the Edinburgh Festival to look forward to but then we must get back to work!
After two months in Spain our trip is nearly over. Last stop is the coastal town of Suances just west of Santander.
With a couple of nice beaches, a picturesque medieval old village, and a prehistoric cave painting site close by we have plenty to keep us busy. But first its the beach.
... the night at 9pm. Having been unsuccessful at finding dinner along the way and all feeling rather 'rocky' as if we were at sea, we were warmly greeted with a big hearty meal. Which we fumbled around ordering due to our embarrassing lack of Spanish vocabulary- note we've all decided we need lessons ASAP! Full o the brim we were shown to our villa like bedrooms-not what we were expecting. Where we slept in preparation for our first day of ...
We have breakfast in the conservatory which is almost as grand as the dining room. The porter brings the car round from the parking to load up. Its not exactly sparkling in the sunshine but its a whole lot better. we set off to get the ferry at Santander to take us to Plymouth. It only takes about five hours actual driving. It could have been less if Mrs. Merkel ...
... a pitch overlooking the entire site with shower block nearby.
After lunch we walked the beach and out to the lighthouse at the headland. There was another beach more exposed to the atlantic on the West side of the headland and a surf school is based there. I could see why as hundreds of surfers were doing their best to show off their skills.
The town itself is high above the beach and has all the usual hotels/bars/restaurants etc.
However there are ...