Manzanil Area de Servicio Hotel
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... bikes. Most of them were great. Laurie hasn't had a bike that fit her so well for years! Mine was great as well - light and easy to pedal sitting up or down on the drops. A few of us had some issues - Barbara's bike had weird bars and she couldn't reach the brakes if she was down on the bars. Had to decend in the upright position. Colette also had a pretty far reach - but a shorter stem seemed to help her ...
... together) and the grandpa comes rushing upstairs to retrieve the crying child from her room . . Had to walk over and around our little gathering . . No big deal. Part of the ambiance! :-).
This family hotel now has three generations around and participating in the operation. Grandpa and grandma - she cooks - he waits on people in the small restaurant. Two daughters - one is an artist (her ...
... since actually being on the road, it feels good and hopefully our plans to ride back to Australia will come to fruition.
We have had a wonderful time all round with visiting Tunisia being the best travel experience and visiting long missed travel friends our emotional highlight.
There have been ups and downs as is usual and we have lost our way far too many times in Europe so with that we have decided to purchase a GPS although we have been using ...
... The bands and audience were depleted by illness but the performance was still good and a great time was had by all. As midnight approached everyone congregated in the main bar area in front of the television, which traditionally shows the Madrid Puerto del Sol clock (the equivalent of our Big Ben). We were all issued with twelve grapes by the bar staff, then as the clock strikes twelve times we had to swallow a grape on ...
... Granada; all places we want to visit. We had thought of stopping overnight halfway but as we were now towing the car, we decided to do the trip in one day. It was overcast when we left Marjal camping ground and it became more and more windy the further we went. An hour from Granada it started to rain. We were travelling through hills and steadily climbing. We tried to convince ourselves what we were seeing ...