NH Ciudad de Almeria
Travel Blogs from Almeria
... that say previous video!
Wow, I'm sure I'm stunning everyone with my brilliance right now!!! So techno-savvy!
Check out our video tour!!!!!!
It's a quick look into our apartment and the town we are in!
Roquetas De Mar.
Our beautiful (super talented) children.
Their friend Valentino.
... and bars don't close until 4 am. And they are
out on the beach until all hours. They also eat late, typically they don't even go out for dinner until about 11 pm. It's kinda weird to see little kids, 2 and 3 years old, sitting eating dinner at midnight! We
haven't quite adjusted fully to "Spanish scheduling", but still our days are shifted to accommodate where we are.
In our four weeks here we've met some great people. We frequent a couple of restaurants where ...
... cathedral and a very impressive Moorish fortress called "Alcazaba". Almost completely restored and huge. The wind was getting a bit annoying and colder. Than we walked through the shopping streets for a bit and ate some churros which were miammiii. We walked some more and had some tapa's later on in a bar called "La Boheme", ...
We arrived at Cabo de Gata around 2 pm which has beautiful beaches with clear water but full of sea urchins, on top of that we got hassled by aggressive flies and sandblasted as there was a special wind called the Poniente for a couple of days. We won't be staying to long I think. We stayed a couple of hours on the beach and than took the car and went into the small village down hill. No way to find a tv with the pay channel that would ...
... signing him up for soccer. Okay, I get it - this is just a pit stop.
So, I ask Miguel if that’s what we are doing. Are we waiting on his mom to sign him up for soccer? But he doesn’t understand me. We all try a few times and then I pull out my handy dandy app.
I press that American flag button and say “Is your mom signing you up for soccer?” And the app spits out the Spanish translation and Miguel looks at me really weird and says ...