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Travel Blogs from El Bosque
Here we are at La Manga resort, Spain. At the last minute before we left NZ, we found out that my auntie and uncle and cousin were going to be about 40 minutes from where we were going to meet up with friends at the end of July. So we set about making plans to meet up before my uncle left to go back on the 2nd August.
This was the part of the trip that I hadn't been able to find much information about, as the ...
... at all. Suffice to say Stephen is brilliant and it was well worth the strange looks he received at the airport scanner to see him 'pipe out' the birthday cake.
A great way to round off our trip as it's always good to catch up with old friends particularly in such varied and lovely surroundings. So thanks to Joy and the Clan Campbell for their excellent company, as always.
We will be starting our journey home in a day or two. Stopping ...
Visited a Bull fighting arena this morning - it was built in the 1700's and was a pretty impressive place, although I can't get my mind around the sport. Also had a museum which was well done and there is a riding school there, too. Don't know that it was dressage, Lisa. We are now relaxing around the pool at the hotel as our train ...
... which surrounds. After almost two hours going round in circles, passing the same land marks time and time again, swearing at the useless bloody map which didn't have all the minisicule alleyways they call streets on it, I finally made it, only to find I had passed the entrance to my street several times. I was nearly crying with frustration. On the upside if you want to know the the service times for every synagogue in Seville , I'm your ...
... where you can see caves that must at one time been dwellings. Once a Moorish stronghold, evidence of those times can be found in many buildings. It also has the oldest bullring in Spain (sorry didn't Mijas make the same claim?) however the restaurant we had lunch in boasted pictures of famous matadors and the Ronda style of bullfighting was made famous by Pedro Romero who apparently slaughtered 6,000 bulls in the name of sport! ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility