Elements Bed and Breakfast
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsElements Bed and Breakfast Marbella
I went with my boyfriend and when we saw the room, all painted in red and orange, and the beds and the bottle of wine and the chocolates... our love started to grow up. Our room was Fire, clean and big, and with fantastic views to the garden. Anabel prepared for us a romantic dinner, all was very good. The beach is very near. We really enyoy ourselves!! We remomend it.
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... to go and sit on the next suitcase so Sue can try to close it. Packing the right clothes for 36 days away is a bit of a challenge but hopefully we will be ready to leave tomorrow!
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... German couple and shared stories. The have an older brown Labrador, which had a fit during the night. I think that they will put their Morocco travel on hold until the all clear.
It was a colder night than we were used to but not as cold as it would have been at Ronda. Our elevation was about 500m. The village being very tidy and was have been owned by arabs before 1300's.
We were heading for a camp for Christmas, and along the motorway we find a market, and then an aire. Driving in you could not miss the Kiwi Flag hoisted high by John and Kerry's camper. They are our first kiwi's on route since Mark and Sue in Normandy, France way back in August.
... I thought. Although we had been told that this was nudist beach, I hadn't expected it to be a gay nudist beach . It puts a whole different meaning on fishing tackle. The are dunes at the back and John calls them meerkats as the heads pop up from the bushes. Instead of coffee I needed a beer when we got to the cafe. We had a BBQ for tea and, as Australians, we felt obliged to show how it is possible to cook things other than meat (like vegetables) on the BBQ. A 3 bottle ...
... a playground for the rich and famous. I was hoping to bump into Sean Connery who has a house here but no luck. Tha Arabs certainly have a stronghold here and have pumped millions into the area. There is a mosque purpose built for them on the hill and a lot of money is coming from Qatar to boost the local port to allow ocean going liners to come into harbour.
Shops have been hit by the recession but the wealthy still come here. Most ...