Santuario San Jose
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... cathedral and a very impressive Moorish fortress called "Alcazaba". Almost completely restored and huge. The wind was getting a bit annoying and colder. Than we walked through the shopping streets for a bit and ate some churros which were miammiii. We walked some more and had some tapa's later on in a bar called "La Boheme", ...
We arrived at Cabo de Gata around 2 pm which has beautiful beaches with clear water but full of sea urchins, on top of that we got hassled by aggressive flies and sandblasted as there was a special wind called the Poniente for a couple of days. We won't be staying to long I think. We stayed a couple of hours on the beach and than took the car and went into the small village down hill. No way to find a tv with the pay channel that would ...
... but until then (just one night) we would have to lean the bikes up against the car, which we did.
For anyone who has been to Europe, you know that the cars are small and parking garages are like shoeboxes - so it was a tight squeeze, but we made it work.
Okay, Wednesday afternoon - Wade and the kids are on the beach. I am in the apartment. The doorbell rings its a woman in her mid sixties - rapid fire Spanish and she looks ******. She is talking non stop just ...
... and a PS4.
Now, I know that might sound like I’m bragging about our copious library of electronics - but seriously - other than clothes its all we travel with. Besides, most of you have a house(s), car(s), boat(s), furniture, dishes, lamps, towels, soap dishes, light bulbs….well you get the point - all sorts of stuff! And all we have are our beloved electronics.
Beloved, until they have to get through airport security! Not sure if you ...
... a pretty little village, a former fishing enclave, now a tourist resort. The path out of Las Negras climbs a hill giving excellent views down the coast. The path seemed very busy compared to what we have been used to. After about an hour, we started a descent towards San Pedro with the ruins of the 18th century San Pedro Castle and a 16th century tower coming into view. Cala de San Pedro is described as a delightful bay. The ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet