Escuela la Crujia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
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... the hills) had plenty of highs and lows. I loved discovering at these beautiful Moorish style towns high up in the hills… and both Malaga and Velez Malaga had a good bit too offer. But I did spent way too much time trudging in the scorching heat. I think I might need to rethink how to do these types of hikes—maybe doing them at a cooler time of year and/or not trying to hike so far in one day. Still, very glad I did it, and quite satisfied with my ...
... up the hills to get there, even the tourist information book told you to get the bus and not walk!!)
Ooh forgot to mention when finishing lunch, a crowd gathered outside the restaurant and when we stepped outside, the King of Spain drove past waving at us. Mark wasn’t fast enough with the camera, but the King definitely waved at Penny!
The other thing to mention is that you couldn’t go above 50 metres without a street ...
... the sun was shining and it was a beautiful day. So excited to see the sunshine, it puts that little light step in your stride, makes you feel happy and excited for the day to begin. After a light breakfast we decided to head out for a walk around. We walked out of the park and straight onto the beach, my breath caught as I looked to the Sierra Nevada range and wow, they were capped in snow, seriously who would have thought snow would fall this close to the ocean? I ...
... you put the ipad in the bag?" Other person replies, " no," we both know that the ipad is our ace card and by failing to bring it, it's all going to be ruined. I know Gareth's calling me a ********* in his head for forgetting it and I,'m definitely calling him a ******. We both just look at each other through squinted eyes and turn away whilst kids continue to whine and other diners eye us up and down whilst silently testing our parenting skills in terms of ...
... block away along the path through this part of town. We have been given a table for two right below the stage. Within seconds another couple seated at a table for 4 beside us, asked us if we spoke French. Shortly after, as we were conversing, the waitress asked us if we would like to move to their table, which we all agreed to. It made for a good evening visiting with our new friends who live Arcachon, France, not far from where I was born and where some of my ...