Hotel Silken Siete Coronas
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... Navy's maritime department of the Mediterranean since the arrival of the Spanish Bourbons in the 18th century. This town is a living book of history with its displays of what remains of forts, naval walls, Moorish-influenced buildings, and ruins left behind by the Romans, including an amphitheater. The streets are paved in grey and gold marble squares, and the elaborate, well kept buildings gleam in the sun. Our first stop was the ...
... us to their campsite. There’s only one place in Holland, Penny knows well, which is Gronigen, guess where the campsite is?!??! We will definitely be visiting them.
Laundry day is quite interesting, it’s the only place we’ve felt potential fights coming! Every campsite seems to be the same, Mark is really enjoying fighting the women off!! This morning Penny was shown how to open the washing machine door, you can imagine how that went down!! Fortunately Mark was ...
... are still in place giving it a beautiful setting. We visit the amazing Central Markets, one of the largest in Europe and covering 8000 sq meters built in 1915 - 1928 - but said to be the market place since the 14th century. It provides the local city dwellers (and tourists) with the freshest and finest foods. A must see! Next the Gothic Cathedral (of course) where construction began in 1262 on the site of an old mosque, followed by a visit to the famed Lladro ...
Wednesday the 23rd September 2015
Last day - Market, Cocktails and goodbyes!
Today is our last day! And I 100% Did not want to come back to freezing cold English weather!
We started our last day on a Spanish bus - What as we thinking? this was even worse than the one to torrevieja a few days back! We finally made our way to the market which was highly disappointing - ...
... the coast so there was no breeze at all it was inland.
Kyle surprised me with my first charm for the Pandora bracelet he brought me for Christmas! its adorable and im really really happy with it - it looks so cute!
For our last night in La mata we decided to go back to My dream to have a beautiful meal and say thank you to the amazing staff for really looking after us every time we went - Its sad as i will miss the laughs and the food!