Hotel JM Jardin de la Reina
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... In spain they don’t really eat breakfast and it was so nice
to experience a piece of home. After breakfast we headed to the cathedral and
met seb because they wanted to go inside. Me and Tamar weren’t interested in
going inside so we walked around and explored a popular shopping district. It
was so nice to not have a schedule or a deadline and just explore. Afterwards,
we planned on going to a beach about an hour away so we walked to the bus
... in a town for 25 minutes to get some food and have a bathroom break before we continued on. Apparently, there were 55 passengers on the bus and only 54 seats because one woman was making a huge fuss about not having a seat and making people move around for her. One guy "graciously" gave up his seat for her and went to sit in between two other people a different row. We're pretty sure he's the guy that snuck on the bus because he sat in the last seat in the back of ...
... the shop to accompany us on day trips, we decided to go to Seville yesterday. Marcela had never been to Seville, nor had we,
It is an easy 1-1/2 hour drive on A-22 and A-49, the smooth “interstate” east-west highway that stretches the length of the Algarve (A-22) and into Spain (A-49). We started at what we thought was an early hour, 8:30, to arrive around 10 or soon after, giving us a full day, including an evening dinner. It was not to ...
... and wind kites. There are dozens and dozens in the air, quite spectacular to see, but the bus is full and I can't get to the windows on the other side to get a photo. The small town also has many shops catering to windsurfers and the like. We stop at the terminal in Tarefa, some people get off, some people get on. We notice four 'Civil Policia' standing arms folded, watching the bus with interest. As the driver settles back in to his seat two of ...
... champers in the room and checked the watch to find it was past 10.30 already we gave in, put on our PJs and just ordered room service! And so before we knew it we were at the airport and off to meet Ant in Dublin for Orlaith's wedding. I had a great time traveling with Prue - you never know how you will go traveling with a friend until you try it - but I think it went well and I hope she had as good a time as I did!As for the wedding etc, that needs to wait till the next ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility