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Old Jun 8th 2009, 3:51 pm
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Put useful info re Ayamonte in here, shops, library opening hours etc etc
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Old Feb 3rd 2010, 10:44 am
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English speaking doctor - Dr Francisco Marquez Marquez, Medico Rey Garcia, No. 22
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English speaking doctor - Dr Francisco Marquez Marquez, Medico Rey Garcia, No. 22
Thanks Sharon

Now that is useful information.
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Old Feb 7th 2010, 7:57 am
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Local English paper: www.theoraclenews.com

Spanish courses: Academia Delta, Ayamonte.

The weather: http://www.windguru.cz/int/index.php?sc=1151

T-bag: www.band-for-rent.com

Apartments: www.playasdelaluz.com

The Mosaiclady: www.mosaicshop.es

Bicycle rent (Islantilla): www.islantillabikes.com

Car boot sale: Monthly at the Ayamonte Tennis club

Market: Every Saturday morning behind the Ayamonte Bus station
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Local English paper: www.theoraclenews.com

Spanish courses: Academia Delta, Ayamonte.
Hi Jur
Great info thanks....

Any idea how this compares to the Spanish school in Laguna square - Escuela Atenea , please?

Sharon do you have a number for the doctor please?

THanks great info
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Great info thanks....

Any idea how this compares to the Spanish school in Laguna square - Escuela Atenea , please?

Sharon do you have a number for the doctor please?

THanks great info
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Hi Jon, I couldn´t compare as I don´t know them (Antena). Also at the Andalusian are classes every Monday I believe. The teacher has a set hour price which get split by all participants. Last week everyone paid € 3 per person.
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I'm sure I read somewhere that a bus service was due to start from C.E to town but I can't find it. Does anybody have any information?

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I'm sure I read somewhere that a bus service was due to start from C.E to town but I can't find it. Does anybody have any information?

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Hi Kim

There is a bus which comes up to Esuri in the mornings to take the children into town for school and then it comes back in the afternoons. I think other passengers can use it too but they were the only 2 per day when we were last out.

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Hi Kim

There is a bus which comes up to Esuri in the mornings to take the children into town for school and then it comes back in the afternoons. I think other passengers can use it too but they were the only 2 per day when we were last out.

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Over the winter there have been 2 buses each way each day one for infants/juniors and the other for secondary. They go about 8 in the morning and return at 2.30 and 3.00 in the afternoon I understand that if their is room you can catch them but I don't know the fare.
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Hi,

Can anyone tell me where the little train in Tavira goes to and also times and where I can buy tickets?

Many Thanks,

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Can anyone tell me where the little train in Tavira goes to and also times and where I can buy tickets?

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Hi Alice

As far as I am aware, there is only the one railway along the Algarve coast. One end is at Villa Real de SA and goes west through Faro; exactly where it goes thereafter, I'm unsure. Presumably can buy tickets at the various stations, and possibly on-line.

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Thanks Guys,

I meant the little tourist train that goes around the town.

Thanks anyway,

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some good tourist info and photos on ayamonte plus costa de la luz area

http://www.costadelaluzholidayguide....nd-isla-canela
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Thanks,

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