Sol Los Fenicios Hotel
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First time our ACSI campsite book has failed us, the campsite is full. Forutnately there's one just down the road, so we managed to camp there. ACSI is obviously saving us a fortune, this price difference is €8 per night.
Well what a stormy night. Thank goodness the first campsite was full, so we were further away from the beach. The waves broke through the promenade and that is now part of the beach, quite a lot of destruction to the beach bars. ...
I cannot even believe how many 3+ year old kids there are outside after midnight! Tonight we went to the movies at 10:15 for a kids movie! It's a whole different world over here! Having a great time! Love from Spain, and two kisses from Europe! ...
... 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!
It's nearly ...
... Fortunately, this is not far from the car park, so there's not much addition to the distance we have to cover.
There are some information boards in the car park and quite a few marked trails around here, but you have to be careful as none of them will actually lead you to the top of Trevenque. It's best to follow the track just to the right of the west ridgeline (but not actually on the true ridge, as this involves a ...
... both with people dining out going to and from their restaurants and others seemingly just taking the air - even families with children, their grandparents and apparently all ages come out to stroll or occupy a park bench and watch a moonlit fountain play. And despite the wide availability of alcohol there is not much sign of drunkenness in the city - certainly merriness, but nothing uncontrollable. Coming from an Anglo-Saxon country this seems remarkable and ...