Valentin Sancti Petri Hotel Chiclana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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We have been having problems with the batteries holding power from the first night and have had to turn the engines on every few hours to top them up. But at 5.30am this morning the Port engine which charges them over heated so I had to turn it off, along with everything else we didn't need. Everything on board is electric unfortunately, the toilets, water pumps for showers and taps etc, all the navigation system, lights ...
... have to stay well out to sea because of the many inshore reefs so it was a bumpy ride all the way. We had been told that Puerto Sherry was a wonderful Marina with lots of lovely little bars and shops, I forget who told us this information - maybe his name was Pinochio, on the suggestion sheet you fill in at reception my idea would be to change its name to Puerto Shithole. There is nothing here - it's a half built eyesore in the wonderful bay of ...
... views of the city.
One of the best things we could see was an amazing view of the new bridge being built across to the port area.
La Pepa bridge was started in 2009 and work has been continuing in fits and starts until now, and it is still not finished. ...
... of things to see of historical interest but we didn’t have time to do more.
So, 21st February, once more in a huge complex of apartments. This time we had a much smaller 2-storied place, closer to the road. We could access the outside by unlocking a grilled door, but didn’t spend a lot of time there, as the road noise was quite intrusive. Instead, we spent most of our time on sunbeds around the ...
... including the Battle of Trafalgar when a garrison of 6,000 men withstood the onslaught of Spain and France. In additional to visiting the Siege tunnels, we also saw the WWII tunnels excavated by the British Army over a 3-year period. Our guide, an ex-Army tunnel expert with a broad Cockney accent, was most appropriate for our visit, though some of the other participants barely understood a word he was saying! Other highlights of the trip were a tour of ...