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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... beach too.
Didn’t fancy the campsite dinner menu, even though it was dirt cheap, so we had another nice bbq along with all of our neighbours.
The €1 wine is going down well, we’re not quite using it to clean our teeth with too, but it’s definitely about as cheap as water.
On the bus to Almeria today for a wander round, which was quite exhausting by the time we’d climbed up the hills and steps to La Alcazaba, ...
... in the street.We had company on the pier for the night with about 4 more motorhomes. There was a fair bit of noise until after 2am from a disco or party but the lager sleeping pills worked a treat.
The scenery had changed from Cartagena as the rocks and mountains are right on the coast here. That explains why villages are harder to find here than further North.Anyway that's Thursdays report. Enjoy the photographs if you're on the Atlantic coast of ...
From Almerimar we headed east to round Cabo de Gata, which marked the end of the Costa del Sol and the start of the Costa Cálida, which stretches along the small section of south-east Spain that include Cartagena. It translates as 'warm coast', so named because it has a micro-climate featuring hot, dry weather (even in the winter), hence it being it ...
... on the back of the scooter again.
After church, it is off to the "Cabana Belge" in Aguadulce Marina.
We first of all drop the scooter off at the campsite, since we just may have a drink, with lunch.
Another superb lunch, with copious drinks, which lasts from 13:30 to 16:30, I really would recommend this place. As if, having an excellent meal was not ...
... and four portions of "tapas". The portions of tapas are enough to make a light lunch for two, the quality is quite good and the service is best described as "jolly" I would say.
It is true, the tapas are mostly "English" versions of the Spanish original, for example, Chilli-con-carne, eggs and chips and fish and chips are "tapas" I have not seen on a Spanish menu before, but, hey, what do you want for 8Euro?, and, they do have more Spanish choices, like Squid, Tuna, Prawns ...