Pins Marina Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... for fish, me swordfish and Lorna went for tuna loin. Much better than Lornas Steak Tatar that's for sure!! The resort is pretty much 100% Spanish, few dutcheys and Italians but we haven't spotted any more English! It does mean that the waiters or shop keepers don't speak it either so has kept us on our toes.. Last day on the beach today and unfortunately there seems to have been an influx of jellie fish, not a huge amount but enough ...
... when we asked for a table, the lady told us we'd have to wait an hour and a half which would have been cutting it pretty fine... We umed and arred a bit and then she told us we could eat at the bar if we could find a spot so we went for that option and struck Gold... There was a little table for two around the bar area that people had just left so we quickly jumped on that and were served just as if we would have been in the restaurant.. I went for the 12oz rib ...
... roads, it was over 30 miles, with speeds rarely exceeding 20 miles per hour given the curves. The scenery was breathtaking, but the driving got old, very quickly. I was very happy when we came down from the hills and could see the massive monastery complex sitting off in the distance.
We arrived just in time to join a tour entering the abbey and monastery complex, though the tour was not in English. It worked out fine that they gave us annotated ...
... The drive there was memorable enough, but the tiny village was spectacular, all ensconced within ancient walls and necessitating a hike down and up to even reach the outer gate. It made for some good picture taking.
We stopped in a few other scattered villages during the morning, but we had an appointment to keep at noon. Jeff had befriended two brothers who run a winery in the village of Poboleda. Jeff has known them for more than a ...
... along the Mediterranean was a toll road, as in Portugal, it had significantly more traffic. Still, the drivers were incredibly civilized and really respected the stay right/pass left mantra. Driving in both Portugal and Spain just highlighted to me what lousy drivers we are in America. We're absolutely dreadful.
I had everything entered into the GPS, but Jeff knew the area very well and ...