Hotel Nuestra Seņora del Carmen
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... enterprise dating back to the 16th century. The last part of the walk took us over a mountain (around 1400 metres high) with amazing views of the limestone cliffs (Paredes de Leyva) we passed the other day.
Coming down the mountain was a bit dicey. Whilst there was a defined path, it was one of those occasions were you didn’t look up or down – keeping your eyes just a few inches in front of your feet. Not for those with vertigo.
... black grapes and a new residential estate that had just been built. there was two small dogs which were behind a fence in someones garden and they barked like mad as we were walking past on the way up, but it was funny because, on the way down they were roaming free and they just walked straight past us up the hill and never even looked at us. we made our way back to the camper where we had an uneventful rest of the day by just chilling out and ...
... train to Sevilla. We arrived at midnight and the next day took another train to Jerez de la Frontera to meet Gerardo and Henri.
While we were having our adventures in Murcia, Gerardo and Henri were lounging on the beach and exploring Cadiz. Henri loved playing soccer in the plazas, running on the beach, staying up late and eating tapas. They visited the Torre Tavera which is the highest tower in the province of Cadiz, formerly used to ...
... and it's very dry so not many people know about this spot.
There is also a great hotel located here. Sometimes I would head up to the hotel and just have a drink and enjoy the scenery. By the way, heading to Aledo on a scooter from Totana are some of the best views I have seen of trees and mountains.
... Barrancos, or the Badlands, as John calls them. He has clearly watched too many Westerns! This unusual landscape is (so I am told!! ) formed by a combination of loose conglomerate soil, semi arid conditions and flash floods contributing to water and wind erosion.
We enjoyed some lovely walks from the campsite and also drove up the mountain (nail-biting again!) to see the pozos de nieve, where they used to make and store ice, which was ...