Hotel Jardines de Lorca
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Nice hotel, with buffet breakfast included for 75 euro a night. Excellent value!
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Travel Blogs from Lorca
... br> north coast of Spain. New territory for us, and we did find a couple of decent
beaches away from the main coastal "resort" towns which are appalling places. You
would think you were on a different planet, and not just across the border from
France where they make an effort by using flowers to soften harsh streetscapes.
Spanish rural villages have at the very least a good sized
church (full of appallingly gruesome, and ...
... Not a lot actually. We have spent quite a bit of time at the beach or by the pool, and a half day walking around a big gun emplacement facility which was built in the 1920s against invasion and to defend the port of Cartagena, but which was never used. This was an amazing place and the guns were enormous. They had a reach of 35 km.
Tomorrow we get on a ...
Every time we move to a different area in Spain, I think that it can’t get any better but then it does. We love this place.
Tuesday 6th May
Walking: Ice houses and Ibex
We found where all the ibex hang out today. We saw loads.
It was a long day but with stunning views and interesting scenery. At around 1300 metres, we passed lots of old icehouses in various states of ruin but clearly ...
... I saw many people snorkeling near the built look-out point. I am not sure if they were looking at fish or coral or both. But one day I hope to experience it!
There are also many great restaurants in the port. My favorite was the restaurant Mama Mia, who is owned by a family friend of my friends who I was staying with. Mama Mia has amazing Pizza and Pasta, of course I think it is because it is owned by an Italian!
... Here and there were dotted a few little rustic farmhouses. They'd put a bit of tarmac on this bit if track.
I'd lost all sense of direction by this time as the map was near impossible to follow, especially when the tarmac-ed road seemed to end abruptly at a hole in a wall, the other side of which was a dry river bed. We looked at it, and at each other in puzzlement. Rob ...