Hotel La Vinuela
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... castle tower with ridges at the top like European castles, but Moorish style arch windows. Its corners are brick and the center has layers of brick and stone. In front is a nice shady spot where I can sit on the wall overlooking the city and strum a concert for Velez Malaga. Nice little spot… and nearby an archaeological dig is going on, so there’s still more to be learned about this historical spot. Back down into town, there’s a short section ...
... well-behaved, and this meant we were all relaxed and I didn't feel like hitting anyone. Although there was one man who did feel compelled to help our guide with her English ( I won't disclose his nationality, because that would be irrelevant, but the Spanish might say 'Estados Unidos') and informed her that another word for 'buried' was 'interned'. No it's not. Its 'interred'. I could hear him quite clearly through the headsets that we wore to pick up the guide's commentary. While ...
Laguna Playa camping. - enjoying a last afternoon and evening in the heat and sunshine of Velez Malaga before beginning the long trek home. Missing home too even though it is raining there, we have memories of sunshine and strawberries from the garden before we left for this ...
... it goes. Kids bouncing around, running off in different directions, generally being difficult and lots of pushing and shoving. Ive got to be honest its not been my favourite bit so far. Gareth has once again taken the lead and managed to sort us out. All my complaining about how he de skills me by taking over situations is suitably glossed over as I happily let him have an uncomfortable conversation with the honey monster ...
... me. But two things haunt me when driving through mountains in the rain. One is fear of the wheels slipping on the incredibly steep roads, and the second is the risk of landslides. There are signs aplenty warning of falling rocks and whereas this might not feel too much of a threat to the average person, to me it's a gruesome reminder of being pelted about my head by falling rocks after a landslide while walking in Madeira. Probable death missed me by inches and has left ...