Residence Jardin de Palme
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Thank you to everybody who has commented on my posts so far! I do not have time to reply to them all, but I do read all of them and it means a lot to me to know that you are all following me along in my adventures! Thanks for your interest and ...
... roads in Spain (and so far in France ) are excellent so taking alternate routes is not a problem. On the first day we went though 22 tunnels totaling over 14 KMs and over countless bridges as we played tag with the coastal mountains and the Mediterranean sea. Also went through an area near Almeria province where the land was almost totally covered with greenhouses between the Mediterranean and the mountains. When we checked it out later we ...
... got out of the shops and on the road. On the highway one of the side doors to the water popped open and we had to pull over. That is when I realised that it was Friday the thirteenth. We arrived at a small town on the beach and the Mediterranean sea. There was nothing there but we were safe off the road until tomorrow!!
... in late October were the number of people beaching it. Sunny and highs in the mid-to-upper 70s each day were quite a surprise as well.
A brief note here is in order about a cultural difference noted by us regarding the beach. First, everyone goes to the beach- young, old and in the middle; tall, short, fat, thin- does not matter. Neither does the attire or lack there of. We saw parents ...
... that roadways overlook the countryside parks and forests, vineyards and farms, and not a place to shop to be seen anywhere. One literally has to search them out. Even our local bakery and grocery in Siran require local knowledge to find. One would never simply drive into the village and know where they are by reading billboards or signs. I love it!
On our first Saturday night we sat in the village square and listened to ...