Cuevas Abuelo Ventura Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... space on the beach. After our swim and a bit of sun worshipping, we went for a walk along the seashore. There were some interesting birds with pointed orange beaks, which on investigation we found out were oystercatchers. Set off for a town called Thames. Again the hilly roads appeared and so soon. Just before entering a town called Coromandel you are high above it, the view ...
... gone, perfect evening. 8pm walked to our local square to have dinner at another small bar. I had a delicious chicken stir fry and flambé mango and icecream. Michael had a whole small chicken, salad and potato. With complimentary tapas to start, bread, dinner, 2 glasses of wine each and coffee to finish , total cost was 45 euros. So much cheaper than home! Lovely ...
Taking the 12:45 pm train to Algeciras, our last destination in Spain for round 1. We plan to do round 2 from France to visit San Sebastian. Have heard too many amazing things about San Sebastian so have to come back for it.
From Algeciras we take our ferry into Morocco on 14th Mar. We will miss Spain but really looking forward to Morocco. 14th Mar is going to be a long day as we make our way to Chefchaouen. Pictures of Granada to follow soon :)
... de Toro (ox tail stew) and bought us a media racion (half plate) of it. It was great and we shared it with her and her friend. Another drink, another tapas, good system. The place was warmly friendly including the kidding and banter with the front man of the place who worked the front of the bar who was a barrel chested Jewish looking bloke (black beard, a mane of black curls running to grey) like my mate Kesselschmidt in Melbourne. We walked out with a ...
The main thing we wanted to see in Granada was Alhambra. This is palace and fortress that was built in 889. The Moors (a medieval inhabitant of Morocco) ruled parts of Spain for up to 800 years. This helps to explain why there is a lot of Islamic influence in some Spanish buildings. The Alhambra is a perfect example of this. We spent several hours walking through the ...