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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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We arrived at 2 pm at a camping called Torre de la Peña just after Tarifa. It was the perfect place for people to windsurf and kite surf cause the wind was blowing away. Lots of young people were camping here practically on the beach. We took one of the higher spots with a fantastic view of the beach and sea and the rock of Gibraltar in the distance. We found ourselves a good spot in the shade with a view and got installed. Than we had some lunch and walked down ...
... my raincoat actually fit (it didn't really fit when I left Seattle). I guess that's what walking 8-10 miles a day does to you.Got on the bus and drove down here. It took about the full three hours, although there was a 20 minute stop in some little town, like last time. The bus I took is actually bound for "La Linea" which is short for "La Linea de Concepcion" which is the town directly on the other side of the border from Gibraltar (which ...
... dangers, and important life lessons Santiago finally reaches the Pyramids. His joy at finally being at journey’s end overwhelms him, and he is grateful that he got the chance to follow his dream. He begins to dig deep into the sand looking for treasure, but before he can get far a pack of thieves shows up, beating and robbing him. They force him to continue digging, and then leave when no treasure is found. One of ...
... a gypsy who told him more about the treasure he was looking for in exchange for one tenth of it if of coarse he finds it. He starts to go on his way when he runs into the king and they start to talk about the treasure and the king tells him where to find it in exchange for one tenth of Santiago's sheep. They agree and we find out it is located by the pyramids in ...
... Paddy ordered octopus (yuck!) and said it was really good, and we all shared samosas, chana masala, and a crepe. It wasn't exactly a Spanish cultural experience for me, but it was still good! We then went to see the Royal Walls, which have been preserved from the castle that once stood in the town, dating back to the 5th century. Inside the castle walls, there was a photography museum that had photos dating back to when the land was owned by Morocco, and more recent photos after ...