Hotel Pradillo Conil
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... consider myself lucky that this happened in a large modern city, rather than a village in the middle of nowhere. I just have to walk a couple of blocks, check prices, and buy a new camera... and my tour continues without hardly a glitch. So RIP, camera #6... actually I'm kind of glad to see it go. This was the 2nd had camera I picked up in Egypt when my Olympus was stolen. I never liked it--it zoomed in too far, making it hard to ...
... a beautiful day.
Christopher looked over at me and said, “I don’t think I can be any more relaxed”. Mission accomplished!
Dinner tonight – Red Ginger. We both had the crispy duck and watermelon salad. SO GOOD. I had the miso coated pan fried Sea bass, and Christopher had the Chicken Pot. My fish was cooked to perfection, it reminded me of Nemo’s in Naples Florida…only better! Sorry ...
... on the opposite from the stallions and the have the dock of their tail and manes shaved. This is how the monks identified the mares from the stallions at a glance. The Spanish loving tradition still do it this way.
After the tour they did a presentation in their glass enclosed covered dressage arena. First the brood of pregnant mares, then a black stallion, then a dressage presentation, then a driving carriage with four horses, then ...
... him hanging out at the sally army) and his wife has got to calling Colin 'Bob', think it quite suits him!
Most of the happy campers are here for months at a time (70% are brits) and have a lovely little community going on - Line dancing, quizes etc (we haven't obviously participated). From 4 O'clock onwards most can be seen sheltering on their balconies or in their awnings drinking beer ...
... which allowed me to see the other Castles (not open to the Public), but which stand on guard of Cadiz – Candelaria and San Sebastien. Each was to guard one side of the sea. The great thing about San Sebastien is that it is attached to the land by a long walkway – Paseao Perry Junquero – which is probably about a half a km long right out into the sea. I ran out along it and the slice of Spanish life along it was great ...