Park Plaza Suites
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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 ...
... the rugged paths and the climbing.
Greg and I have been very impressed with Zara as she has had to keep up with all the trekking, on her little 6yr old legs, with little complaint.
Ronda is so impressive that it is a must see destination if you come to Spain.
Day 3 was our first really lazy day of resting at home for most of the day. The kids even got to do some school work, which they were very excited to ...
... 8216;services’! I could use his wi-fi when he wasn’t on it - he only used it for internet banking at 10pm each night??? I think we can safely say banking was an ‘assumed name’ for it! Kev, also let us plug in to his 5 foot satellite dish and lent us a digi box so we could get UK TV for a whole week - you know Colin doesn’t like to miss his soaps! with over a 1000 tv channels to choose from I selected Kevs ...
... From the top of the rock (which we scaled in a lovely tram) you can see two continents and three countries. Africa and Europe/ Spain, Britain, and Morocco. Speaking of Morocco, we were supposed to go the morning we arrived, but it was slightly expensive and the other three members of the group didn't want to go to Africa. I was really excited for them to go since they have never been and I have, but you can't lead three stubborn adults to a good time. ...
... 8221; or old part of the town. What we found were some vaguely attractive streets because they were narrow and winding, but they wound among unimaginative 80’s-era apartment buildings that were crammed together down to the sea. The fact that the apartment buildings were white and pink did not make them seem charming to me.
With great difficulty, we found a parking place and walked toward the ocean, enjoying a little bit of sun for ...