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 ...
... saw everyone leaving and saw the Andalusian horses being brought out afterward. Not sure I could have stomached a bullfight so better we saw crowd afterward. We went through the Strait of Gibraltar this evening. The Strait is only 5 miles wide and on one side of the boat you can see Africa and on the other side you see Gibraltar. The remains of Christopher Columbus and his son are in the Cathedral of ...
... pro consumerism! There were these shops here and there that are like dollar stores. Almost all are owned by Chinese people, so they are called Chinese stores (struck me as a bit racist the first time I heard it). Everything is twice as expensive as it should be, and not of good quality, but whatever you need, they are sure to have it.
Finally, when our exams were done, all of us went out to a nice long Spanish lunch of tapas (olives, tuna ...
... etiquette demands that visitors get the chairs! They stayed with us an hour or so - talking about this and that to pass the time away pleasantly: I somehow doubt that it will be the last time we see them - they'll no doubt turn up at another campsite in a week or so.
Simple fare for tea tonight: beans and mushrooms on ...
... per person.
We stopped off to see the Plaza de Espana that was built for the world's fair. It was completely packed with people but still that didn’t detract from the grandeur of the place. It is beautiful with the balustrades covered in painted ceramic tiles.
We then drove on to the downtown area. It was 1pm but luckily most shops were open so we walked around the Santa Maria quarter, with the lovely jewellery, ceramic plates and leather goods ...