La Bobadilla, a Royal Hideaway Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Breakfast Available
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Business Services
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... when you order a drink. A couple of us had beer - and so they brought out this fried stuffing mix with olives . . . You never know what you will get! Kind of fun . . .
Then we headed for Santa Fe, the town where Christopher Columbus got his papers signed and headed off to discover America! Very cool old city square . . And then it was a pace line with Dean in the lead - all the way to Granada! ...
... which has given us a nice base, the opportunity to catch up on jobs, explore an area and participate in life, plot and scheme the next phase of our journey and meet some great people and their pets. House sitting has helped us to be kind to our budget and allowed us to save for some of the more expensive on the road purchases like heated bike wear and motorcycle parts (tyres etc).
On top of all that I would like to make a special thanks to my sister Rebecca who ...
... for a fee, which was a little sad.
The square was lined on the other three sides by a grand church, a smart old Parador and, in front of the castle, the refurbished town hall, which had been opened by King Juan Carlos. For this was a Nationalist/Monarchist town, which had surrendered peacefully to Franco’s advancing army. The 86 known Republicans in the town had then been lined up and shot. (by the advancing ...
... 8364;30 each. Raewyn had the bright idea of trying the camping shop 5 min up the road. I was doubtful it would still be open as it was now after 7 pm. We went, and it was, and they sold the boards in pairs for €47. The downside being they are not magnetic and we needed to attach them to the car.
When we got back to the bus I drilled 4 holes in each one. In the morning, after filling the car and the ...
... leaving behind a trail of tiny peepee foot prints. Horrified we got onto the bus, and headed for the airport. When we arrived in France, we were asked where we were from by the French security people, after we told them we were from NZ they said something in French about the rugby and sent us on our way. We caught a bus into Nice central, everything was in French so we had to guess where to get off. After hours of wheeling our ...