Boutique Hotel Las Islas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... i now have a personal tour guide for free. The one thing about the Andulucian people is that they are so open once you get past the language barrier. And of course all the texts between me and my personal tour guide were in Spanish. Altough her English is not the greatest, it is definately better than my Spanish however i made the effort when we met to try and talk in Spanish for most of the evening. She took me to El Puerto (boat port), she showed me the beach, ...
... mosque beginning in 874, then back to a Roman Catholic church after the Muslims were driven out in the 13th century. The mosque, built in four stages, was in the end able to hold 40,000 worshippers. Marble columns numbering 856, joined by double arches support the roof in this massive, impressive space. In 1236 the mosque was converted back to a Catholic church which was built in it's center. Over the centuries the ...
... beach restaraunts and some lovely villas. The inland vilages- puebloes can be very picturesque. Perched on hills, or set into the side of mountains. From Valleniza campsite, we could see a snow capped mountain, which is in a national park- this is our barometer, when its clear its a good day, when surrounded by cloud you know rain or cold winds might come. On the other hand, snowing about 20km inland from the beach is no indication of snow on the coast as it never reaches ...
... the trains that rattled quite frequently, along a railway line that we hadn’t even noticed.
The next day our destination was Camping Roquetas on the Almerian coast, in Roquetas De Mar, which has a 3km, coarse sandy beach backed by an attractive promenade and is well known for its many water sports facilities like water-skiing, jet skiing, fishing and yachting although none of these were taken up by our good selves because we preferred to meander along slowly on ...
Caballo a El Ranchito
We decided to go to a horse show rather than partake of the paella and flamenco night on offer at the hotel.
A bus took us to Torremolinos where I had strong memories of trying to be poisoned in 1975. However this was a pleasant surprise as the horse show was of a very high standard. It is an equestrian centre and has a court for showing the horses performing to music. A Show called 'Rhythm on Horse' (their English could do with a polish) ...