Las Gaviotas Hostal
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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We're on the move again, further round the coast and we’re going to cheat and go by the Motorway. We’ve looked at the windy yellow road through the mountains (Sierra de Almenera) and decided not to bother. Just 145k today to a campsite described as 'for those who like the unusual’.
Mark gave a running commentary for the journey, ‘there’s more polytunnels’.
Beautiful scenery through the mountains (aside ...
... out to encourage tourists to find their way around her town. We’ve found tourist staff are usually of two kinds – the can’t be bothered, I’ve got a cushy job for life type, or the extremely eager and helpful ones, who are often younger. However, armed with a map and our very out-of-date Lonely Planet guide we felt equal to the task.
Almunecar was founded by ...
... English to follow Kathleen's instructions.
Eventually, we find a young lady, willing to take the risk, for 15Euro, 45 minutes later, the job is done.
It is a beautiful day, after the Hair Dressing saga, we have lunch and cycle south along the coast for about six miles, past the Castillo Santa Anna, to an area which we have been led to believe is a "holiday ...
... continue, so, maybe I am missing something.
At lunch time we cycle to the promenade at Roquetas de Mar, and head for a place called "Bar Aurora". It is staffed by Brits (and possibly owned by them for all I know). It is incredibly popular, people are hovering, ready to grab your seat as soon as you are ready to leave. The other bars / cafes along the promenade are almost empty.
The attraction is the prices I think, for 8Euro, you get a bottle of wine ...
... after the Moors were ejected, clearly in a period before reconciliation and peaceful co-existence was the fashion.
Whilst we have been away, we have been reading books set in the period of King Henry viii, clearly, Spain never had anyone to strip the churches of ...