Melia Hotel de la Reconquista
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today we travelled from Carmona to explore Seville. It was an amazing day, but rather than a separate narrative, I will let the photos tell the story.
With 1000km to drive in 2 days to get to Logrono to meet the girls, we had a fair bit of driving to do. We drove out of Portugal along the coast to the North-west corner of Spain before heading along the north coast and stopping for the night in the seaside town of Gijon. Not much to report, we went for a wander along the shore and checked out the city before grabbing a feed and hitting the pillow around ...
... we were driving around like lost sheep for a bit but eventually spotted a camping sign. It was along the promenade at Perlora a separate hamlet but connected by a cycling/walking path.
After checking in and connecting electricity we took to the bikes and cycled into Candas to take a few pictures and admire the lovely harbour and spotless pier. I was on lookout for a Ferreteria or hardware shop as I want to buy a paella pan and the burner for it as I want more stuff to fill my shed. ...
... reason. " My doctor called in a prescription, Stu and I ate burgers at Setauket Diner while we waited for it to be fled and we left for JFK an hour after we had scheduled to go. I still made it to the terminal at 3 and would have had no more "hiccups" ,as Stu likes to say, if I hadn't left my wallet full of cash at the ticket window when I got my boarding pass. I discovered this as I loaded my belongings onto the TSA ...
This is a lovely little fishing village in a small amphitheatre type cove with port. Of course the hotel is at the top and best place to park is down at the marina. I did plan and we had very little to take up but i am learning what I don't need of my camera gear because some can get quite heavy to carry. It was really interesting to look down on the houses and look at the numbers with weeds/grass growing on top, some of the buildings were derelict some ...