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... both in and out on our journey so far.
Picked up a local paper at this campsite, very interesting indeed. First thing of note was the write up about the storm earlier in the week, which was apparently the worst they’d had in 20 years. There was a picture of a Beach Bar in Torre del Mar which we walked past whilst they were cleaning up, Penny commented as there were girls in shorts and ...
... We get back, have a shower and are ready to head down.
Mum had eyeballed a restaurant on the waterfront and we head down and order up some food. We sit down and order a banquet of food and recount what had been the favourite areas of each of the Alhambra. The food comes out and we sit back and enjoyed the meal. After dinner was done, we slowly walked back along the boardwalk before deciding the long day had taken the energy out of us all and it was time for ...
... at the end of the day's ride is the best advertisment I can give to what we've done. Back home we remove all the armour have a couple of beers and wander back up from the garage. Lyndon suggests a resteraunt that has just re-opended and I'm glad we took his advice, so glad we did. Santiago was fantastic, elegant, relaxed and the food was brilliant. I cannot recommend this place highly enough, I could go back here every day of the week. End of day two, this was a very good ...
... the first time. I think he took all of us all to this production. There is something about the themes, "to dream the impossible dream, to fight the unbeatable foe, to reach for the unreachable star.....that is my quest"......that lends itself to the whole McMahon freelance lifestyle. The story spoke to my father, and as an extension to all of us offspring. I still have a mousepad with the Picasso Don Quixote image on it that my father gave me. On of the ...
... top of it. Wow, it must be hard to build anything in Europe. You dig, and some archaeological importance shows up. In fact, we saw in the city corner a team of archaeologists digging and brushing out the soil gently to reveal "something" - we didn't get to see what it was, but there were quite a few spectators around.
After museum and lunch, it was time to head back. There are other things we want to check out here. We will come back again tomorrow to explore more!