Casas Rurales Los Cortijos
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... was stunning. The narrow road wound its tortuous way higher and higher and I was very glad that there was hardly any traffic as there were few passing places. The guide book had been quite explicit in its instructions as to how to get to the site. Don't take the first turning to the village of El Berro because it is unsafe for large vehicles and don't drive through the centre of the village as it is very narrow. I managed the first part ...
... foozball and pool. The wine here is amazing and there is a place in the town that makes wine, it is very inexpensive here around 2 euros a bottle. Another thing that is interesting to me are the meat shops. Fish and pig are very popular here and they hang the meat up all over stores. Of course the bread is my favorite they have lots of different types of bread and cheeses and they put olive oil and jam on their bread, it is an amazing combination. There is a ...
... we wanted to visit was the Museum of Modern Art (MACA) and we were not disappointed. Like many Spanish museums and galleries it was an ultra modern exhibition room set in an old building. There was an exhibition there of the drawings, stage scenes and costumes that Joan Miro had produced for a stage production of Mori el Merma, a very weird surreal performance. Also an exhibition of work, both painting ...
... lot of the city, met numerous international students, and re-encountered with my friend Nick from Eckerd, to both of our surprise!
If I had to describe Murcia in one word, it would probably be lively. Its not a huge city like Barcelona or Madrid, though there are also people out eating and drinking together (everything is pretty cheap, which is wonderful), there are several shops, and a few museums I have yet to explore! I now have ...
... in loud cars with chilli bins full of beer.
We stayed in a very small cabin on a campsite, not the best accommodation we’ve had and Helen hated the sheets ( she’s got a bit of a fetish about cotton sheets). Best bit was the small deck which we lived on during the day. Thursday morning we drove over to Ossil….. to buy some food. A strange town, even by Spanish standards the roads were tortuously narrow and windy. ...