Hotel Pradillo Conil
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Conil de la Frontera
... to push a button before using which gives you 7 minutes of hot water ( there is a warning light before it runs out)
This is generous compared to most German and Austrian timed showers, but I haven't tried washing my hair yet!
We we were told it takes 20-25 mins to walk into the town. We set off but on the way we decided ...
... Sanlucar was in fine weather and how unfortunate we were to pick one of the worst days ever to visit it. That cheered us up no end.
We were the only two customers on the tour of the bodega and our guide spoke about as little English as we speak Spanish, so we only understood about one word in ten of his spiel, but the tasting at the end of ...
... the English defended the Rock with cannons angled more than 45 degrees downward at the Spanish and French ships in the waters below! The sunset was absolutely beautiful, and we decided to walk down the mountain. Everything, and I mean everything closed in Gibraltar around 7pm, which seemed really strange. For us, though, it didn't matter. We caught our bus back to Cadiz at 8pm. On the ride home, I sat with my camera just trying to figure out what exactly I had just seen. My ...
... back again and saw the reverse lights come on-he was backing up to get us! I was there, around the corner. I tore off at a hellish pace, legs and arms pumping flying me up the street. I saw another quick left and took it, then a right and a left and I had lost them, surely. The cops were far too slow to catch me.
Naturally, I was not heading straight back to the hostel to get caught there-but I don't think I actually consciously planned this. See, I ...
... to the lighthouse at Camarinal, for fabulous views of the coves at Atlanterra with their millionaire’s mansions.
Monday was even warmer – in fact the campsite was full of the sight of gnarled limbs basking in the sun. We don’t share the Anglo-Saxon mania for exposing the flesh as soon as the sun shines, so kept our jeans and sweatshirts on and went to Vejer, one of ...