San Carlos Hotel Almunecar
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... just brilliant.
We then found our hotel and then proceeded to wander around the city center. We found
some really nice bars including one where a Ska band were playing outside.
Monday 22 June
In the morning
wandered around the town some more especially taking in Santemonte.
The bus ride back
took an alternative route which allowed us to see a lot more of the
... time." For the past three years we have both been at home, me with children, Gareth running his business and this has been an intense time for us all. Having two children so close together in age and being at home with them most of the day apart from the odd baby group here and there and Gareth trying to make phone calls in a house with two screaming kids has taken its toll on us both. The constant demands of two babies, the military style cleaning regime we've had ...
... started sunny and clear, but there's now an increasing amount of cloud and it's getting quite windy.
At the top of the track there's a minor peak to the right, marked on the map as Cerro del Pozuelo. The altimeter says it has a height of 1221m. There are some good views ahead now and it's a surprise to see the ridge above Lentegi not very far away - it's been quite a long way to drive here, but as the crow flies, I'm not all that far from Lentegi and Navachica too.
... potcake" of Spain. He wandered the streets and ate the scraps from the restaurants so Peter and Lisa took him in. He is being taken care of very well now, but loves it when they take him out for walks. After dinner we met Manolo, the son of the landlord of the apartment that Peter and Lisa stay in. Manolo is in his 30s I think and Peter and Lisa introduced us and sent us off with him for the night so that he could show us the night life. We were all really tired so Manolo took ...
... from the Spanish Civil War - a small-scale but nasty insurrection in which both sides committed atrocities. Given the isolated position, the Venta's owners were at the mercy of both sides - and had to try and please both. And supply both with food and drink when required - there is even a story that a group of fighters from one side was hiding on the roof when fighters from the other side were being served inside!
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