Cuevas Abuelo Ventura Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... smell is not too bad. The town centre is a bit of a mixture. There is one part called Eat Street. This has been covered and has several bars and restaurants. The bars are all selling craft beers, so we had to stop and try some. Sylvia had a Sangria and when it came it looked more like a smoothie. Very red and thick. It turns out it was made from berries, vodka and Rosé wine. Beers were ...
... and high heels. A lot if guys in shorts and there are a lot of pillion passengers on all sized scooters. I parked myself at a cafe/bar near the cathedral where there was a camera crew - thought it would be a reasonable vantage point. I noticed another lady by herself who seemed to weeping at times. She approached me after about 15 min and asked was I by myself and could she join me. Her name was tamarin and she was Canadian and had arrived late in the afternoon and today was her first ...
... any noise on the street until 11am either. We packed our things and searched on our trusty booking.com for another hostel. There was one right around the corner for 17 euros per night.. That'll do.. We checked out just before 12 and then had a coffee and a tea at a nice little cafe around the corner in the sun for the next hour and a half. We then went to the supermarket, picked up a few things for lunch and checked into our hostel... Which has ...
... We drove further down the coast, past Malaga Ciry, a main Internatioanl airport hub for Southern Spain, and parked in La Linea so we could walk across the naval airbase into a new country. The country of Gibraltar is like a small island attached to Spain. A British overseas territory and duty free world of its own. Since 1713, it was abandoned to Britain ( longer than USA was declared a country). A sovereign ...
... found our way back to the bus to get us back to the hotel and the swimming pool where we lay for the rest of the day (and watched some mens waterpolo semi finals later in the evening).
That pretty much sums up our time in Granada and Tarragona! We left early the next morning to make our way up to Perpignan about 3 hours away which is where I write this blog from - but will write another blog about Perpignan soon!
Lots of love
Graeme & Hannah.