Melia La Caleta
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... is really poor, it makes underhill look palatial, and the local council who own it reseeded the grass at the start of December, and , surprise, it's not grown very well so the pitch was heavily sanded. I guess the standard was conference North/south. It was a good atmosphere, nice and sunny in a completely open stadium, no segregation of the fans, and maybe a thousand there. It ended a 1-1 draw, so honours ...
... I think is where I finally scored the FF). There I took a tour to see Mt. Etna. The guide was awful! She was German, and although her accent was still pretty strong, that wasn’t the problem. She had this monotonous voice and was either reading or reciting. She wouldn’t stop! Only one person dared to ask her a question, and it was obvious that “Linda” was not amused.
I took a ship excursion in Naples. All I ...
... We leant over the battlements to watch the cool waves smash in and engulf kelp covered ruins below. Its so nice to be back by the seaside! and cooler. The Atlantic breeze permeates the narrow lanes of Cadiz and you can frequently smell the salt in the air. Its a mass of tall faded town houses that lean inwards to interlock their balconies. The water front is defended with forts on rocky peninsulas and the beach is spotted with fat bathers and lean youth. We ate well on the Calle ...
... vibe. It was open and had
couches and pillows everywhere, decorated with hippies and surfer bums and
hikers in mind. Unable to check in until about 1pm, we dropped off our bags and
went out to explore Cadiz.
…Which is beautiful. There are painted lines all over the
city to guide tourists to the best spots, so we followed the purple, green, and
blue paint all over the place until it led us to the cathedral, the tiny city
streets, the ocean ...
... The old town is beautiful but the streets are just the width of the car and we went up and down and round and round tight corners looking for the hotel, nearly scraping the car a million times. Finally we found it, unloaded and raced out to see Cadiz as we were only there for one night.
There was a Spanish navy aircraft carrier in port which was open to the public, so we went to have a look. Enormous inside with floors of hangars. The aircraft ...