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 ...
... and massive bag with **** in it. We then have to beg for a high chair which usually arrives covered in some other kids gunk and so spend next 5 minutes disinfecting it with baby wipes. 2. All sit down, fight to get Lewis in clean high chair then give up fight and one of us leaves the table to follow him around whilst the other takes control of ordering. Other person then arrives back at table, first question being, " have you ordered?" If you haven't managed to ...
... appreciated the inside of the cathedral more because it was very religious. But I liked the smell of the Frankincense. Toledo was the type of town a divorcee goes to after she gets cheated on by her husband. You know, typical live-in-isolation-to-find-yourself type of town?
Today we finally arrived in Malaga. Everyone else in our study abroad program was excited to be meeting their home stays today but Amilia and I ...
... is a more concentrated learner. I have the attention span of a pea but I'm trying hard. The teacher is very good, Marco, from Madrid. Very animated and a cool guy. Gareth appears to really love Marco and keeps talking about him. I wouldn't say that he's obsessed but he's definitely heading that way. Something a bit cringe happened the other day as I was heading to my lesson. I drove, as I was too lazy to cycle as it was so hot. The car park I use is about an ...
... around in objectionable limestone, I notice a slight discoloration on a line of rocks below. This, around here, is what constitutes a path. "Line of least resistance" is probably a better description than "path", but at least a decent rate of progress can now be maintained, providing we keep looking for limestone which is light brown, rather than grey.
After a bit, it becomes clear which of the various peaks above us is Cruz de Camarolos. The views ...