Hotel Roc Golf Trinidad
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Roc Golf Trinidad Roquetas de Mar
Travel Blogs from Roquetas de Mar
... so Mark could get his history fix (look at the pictures, he’s in heaven!!). Penny didn’t cope too well, temp hit 32 degrees today, not a cloud in the sky, but she managed not to get heatstroke, just moan a lot.
Tapas for lunch, €14 including two drinks each, can that be right??
Managed an hour on the beach before it got dark and then had a nice bbq’d pizza for dinner, sat on the beach watching the waves crashing in. Oh what a ...
... milking process. We learned that the milk is used for Queso Fresca locally and then some of it is pasteurized for consumption in other parts of Spain. We learned about tomato growing, when they are planted and harvested and the importance of the bees (non-stinging kind) in the green house. The tomatoes Miguel Sr. grows are shipped all over Europe. So they are picked there - and then walked right out the back door onto a truck and sent to Germany or France or wherever - so it was ...
... on the back of the scooter again.
After church, it is off to the "Cabana Belge" in Aguadulce Marina.
We first of all drop the scooter off at the campsite, since we just may have a drink, with lunch.
Another superb lunch, with copious drinks, which lasts from 13:30 to 16:30, I really would recommend this place. As if, having an excellent meal was not ...
... rain). So, we cycle to the "Commercial Park", which is a sort of small Eldon Square. There are some very smart shops, but, no customers.
Thursday 13th March 2014
The weather forecast says, it is going to be overcast, perhaps with rain today. Which I think was actually yesterday's weather, since it is actually warm and sunny when we emerge in the morning.
We cycle the three miles along the coast, to the Market on Avenue de Union Europa.
It is ...
... after the Moors were ejected, clearly in a period before reconciliation and peaceful co-existence was the fashion.
Whilst we have been away, we have been reading books set in the period of King Henry viii, clearly, Spain never had anyone to strip the churches of ...