Isla Cristina Palace
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1418. My Last Revisit in Spain (Spa 094) Huelva, December 28, 2012, Day 171 7 hrs, 11.2 kms Huelva is the last province of Andalucia a need to visit--and the last "revisit" I need to do in Spain. After this, I will have revisited and done a parkbench concert in every town in Spain that I had previously visited. Revisit: Huelva, Spain First Visit: July, 1996 It was the summer of 1996. After 3 months in Morocco, I needed to leave the country to get my ...
We made it to Faro, our last stop on the southern shore of Algarve. Trying to avoid the concrete nightmare and crowds of Albufeira beaches, we drove slightly to the east to reach a 3km stretch of white sand called Praia da Falesia. Still pretty busy, but as people were spread out it wasn't so bad, and the water was the warmest so far (maybe ...
... we spotted the big Hotel Porta Nova on small hill across Gil„o River. We walked through an attractive neighborhood with well kept gardens to get there.
Package Tour Hotel
Our hotel caters to the package tour crowd, mostly from the EU. The guests have use of two outdoor, and one indoor, swimming pools, a sauna, child care etc. And the packages often include half board; breakfast and dinner.
So the camera being broken sux!! We have the iPad which takes good photos, but when we have it out people stare in a bad way, not in a "is that a lesbian couple, or is one of them a dude?" Way. Plus it's not good in the rain, or dark, or really, around other people. I like it better when people look because we are strange looking, not because they want to rob us. So the trip photos will be less from here on in. They may possibly only consist of indoor ...
... floating in the same spot on its back and the other one cruised around on its back eating shrimp, being all cheeky & cute. They also had tanks with cool frogs and salamanders in. Another crazy creature they had was seadragons. They look like a cross between a seahorse and a leafy twig! After the Oceanarium we drove along a 17km bridge which was pretty cool, then headed to Spain. We knew we crossed the border this time as they had ...