Hotel Playa Grande
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Swimming pool
Photos of Hotel Playa Grande
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Playa Grande Puerto de Mazarron
Travel Blogs from Puerto de Mazarron
... lunch in the Pacific Restaurant, for the first time, back for some more quoits. Temperature rising to a comfortable 20 degC. This time better luck we were partnered with another couple. George and the wife of the other couple beat me and the husband in the final. We were past Gibraltar by this time and on our way to Barcelona. Tonight it's the Captain's cocktail party so it's a chance to get a few free pre dinner G & Ts on P & ...
... and working every evening when the sun goes down. Dancing til sunrise in nightclubs under the bull-ring. Meeting a Prince from Ghana. Powdering my nose in the ceiling painted Tocador of the Casino. Listening to DJs playing 80s retro accompanied by classical violinists. Being serenaded by a 21-year-old Argentinian in the Plaza de las Flores.
3 foot 9 x 2.5 hours a week is a small price to pay, and I'm no maths teacher.
... unfortunately after one glorious day of sun, we were beset by thunderstorms - with some of the most dramatic lightning I've ever seen - and floods, making the festival a rather damp affair.
Since the festival, the weather has returned to its more normal beautiful state - I believe we have a high of 28º today - and life is a little quieter. A large number of cruise ships (mostly British) have come and gone and a ...
... local council is on a Spanish-style slow mission to take all branches off the trees that line many streets taking all the shade away. Why? perhaps they'd rather desecrate the trees than sweep up the Autumn fall.
There are a surprising 8 new teachers at the Academy and only 2 existing teachers. It appears that its almost a training Academy for first-jobbers and not something I was expecting. I shouldn't wonder its because its so badly run that no-one ever stays beyond the ...
... on climate change” on the back of the truck. Basil
lost no time in telling me that Europe would be bought to its knees
economically if forced to react to what he considered to be a natural climate
cycle. Good old Basil, like many of my and Gaels generation, find the
scientific reality of climate change a little too hard to deal with. Unfortunately
sticking your head up your **** and hoping for the best isn’t good enough ...