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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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I guess its about time I posted something about my life in Murcia! I must say, I have been loving every bit of Murcia from the very first day - probably due to the great city itself, some good friends I've made, and a positive and open attitude I came in with. Murcia is a region is SE Spain, neighbors to Alicante and Almerķa. On my bus from Alicante to the center of Murcia, I got a lovely view of the rural region – many ...
... it. Its warmer than the sea and very calm and shallow so its great for swimming in the summer. We also drove past our old house which still looked just the same, even with the same pot sun on the wall! There was a very nice sunset over the mountains in the distance and its a very nice place, even though its very quiet at this time of year. There are fruit trees all over the place and there are lovely views of the sea and mountains.
... thought he was gorgeous. A couple of ladies pulled up in their car and sat there and just laughed at me but I just gave them a big wave and smile which they returned. Having been dragged back into Fifi we continued our journey and wow, seriously spectacular. Within approximately 15kms we were out of the snow and mountains to what can only be described as Spain's Miniature Grand Canyon. Could this drive get any better. There were homes built into the mountains and just ...
... remove the hook. So two injections later, first a tranquilliser and second one to make her sick on the real off chance she will sick the hook up... Jackpot Jackpot Jackpot... 10mins later in a sleepy trance she only sicks up the fish part and the hook.!!!!!!!! So so ...
... or Mother Christmas, even the dogs were dressed up and children. If not in actual outfits or Father Christmas 'onesis', then they were in Red and/or white jumpers, trousers, jackets etc., it was a spectacular sight. Family Groups had BBQ's going or were enjoying picnics. Because the beach loungers were packed away for Winter, everyone had bought their own chairs, tables, umbrellas and ...