Iberostar Andalucia Playa
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tolles Abendessen-Buffet, vielleicht ein wenig zu international für meinen Geschmack. Wobei das sicherlich nicht dumm ist, wenn man länger dort ist...
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... to a Neil Diamond song to celebrate my Dad's birthday on the 5th. I watch the other campers from my windows they are quite funny. Some even have little santa's and christmas decorations on display from their caravan windows. They all seem to have matching his and her bicycles and it is quite a surreal sight watching them glide by my van in matching outfits, synchronised beings that are morphed into a seemingly ...
... by quintessential Spanish music and 18th century styled costumes, all put together and choreographed using movements based upon Classical Dressage, Doma Vaquera (country-style riding) and traditional equestrian chores. Each show consists of between six and eight different choreographies, with the same degree of difficulty and entertainment value and scheduled by the school according to the following repertoire:
... the park. The first park is the French designed
palace here. There is no more French than Gustav Eiffel. The mansion is very
nice inside although empty of furniture, so it seems very spacious and the
frescoes on the ceilings are really quite good. We emerge out through the back
of the palace to find the equestrian, dressage square. Probably has a proper
word, but it is a square. A tutor was putting a rider through his paces on a
nice chestnut horse, and ...
... for miles with the waves washing up to the sand dunes.
We decided to attempt the White Village Route and headed off to Arcos de la Frontera, about an hour from the camp. Arcos is considered one of the most beautiful villages in Spain, perched on top of a gorge, with whitewashed houses and steep narrow streets. The castle was originally built by the Moors and the town had a very Moorish feel to it. We spent so long ...
... down the middle of the road-brilliant, it was like Roman architecture. In typical drunk logic, it never occurred to me that these grates had now become mini roadblocks, heading all the way up one of the main streets. But it was late at night, and there were no cars on the road!
I continued to do this as me and my buddies staggered home. Sure enough, as if God was trying to tell me something, a patrol car of Cadiz's finest could be seen driving up the ...