Villas La Manga
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Everything close on hand, everyone very nice, very quiet, easy peasey
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... and museum. The view standing atop of the amphitheater was breathtaking. Roman columns rose in the air as a foreground to the brightly colored city, the sea, and wonderful Spanish murals on the walls of buildings. We walked down from the amphitheater and spent a great morning exploring the streets. At last, I got to buy something! There is an artesian center where only goods by local craftsmen are sold. No made in China stuff for us. ...
... s cool at night and dark around 6.30pm, so you can still tell it’s winter (lol).
We are very young, compared to ALLLLLLLL of the people we’ve met. Most are at least 70, so we fit in well!
Having said that, we can tell it’s British school holidays this week, look forward to that been over. Also you have to pick busier places to visit as lots of shops/restaurants have closed for winter.
Our current neighbours are from Holland and ...
... at a couple of bars on the way back, so all in all a lovely afternoon and the place was absolutely heaving.
We’re pleased we’ve been, but we’re moving straight on, to try and beat the rain.
Took a lovely picture of a sandcastle work of art (we’ve seen similar before, but this was spectacular) and Penny took a photo of the view she would like to remember, mountains rather than the ...
... way to spend an evening. Day 11 - Early start again and off on our way to Barcelona, our final destination of the trip. We travel once again through interesting country and continue to be amazed by the high standard of the roads and the high speed railway lines that often come parallel with the freeway. Cutting through the mountains and high across the river plains on elevated bridges straight as an arrow. Lunch along the way and we arrive early afternoon at our hotel, ...
... physical imperfections than you would find at, say, South Beach in Miami.
The family atmosphere also prevailed when it came to hunting the local sea monsters. By the second day on the beach, we all began to notice some strange "biting" sort of sensations while we were in the water. It felt a little like a mosquito bite, but underwater. Lucas, my ever perceptive 5 year old, began noticing tiny jellyfish in the ...