Hotel Apartamentos Vistamar
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... is still visible… but this feels like a completely different world. If this area here has been affected by tourism, it doesn’t show. Finally Moclinejo comes within view, a gleaming white town perched on a ridge high above the valley. Yep… this was a really good decision to come hiking up this way. I try to find a good spot to do a video clip with the town in the background, but the shot doesn’t quite do the view justice… then continue ...
Apart from a big shopping trip to Banus on Sunday, we have only ventured out the last two mornings.
The first trip was to the Ralli Museum at Coral beach, Marbella, one of five South American museums started by the banker Harry Recanati, to house his extensive collections of Spanish and ...
... to rider communication though at highway speeds they are not quite loud enough. That being said being deaf in one ear does not help the cause. They are easy to charge (we have 12volt and utility charging systems) and will hold power for a good two days of riding, that’s about 16 hours. Apart from the highway speed thing the only other complaint that comes to mind is that the microphone arm seems a little loose into the body of the system and hence I have had ...
... had brought up a knife to cut the bread and all of the provisions in the welcome pack (granola, orange juice, milk, butter, bread, tea). I had granola and milk again. The bread looked a little hard—ha!
I did the dishes because I hadn't done a thing to prepare the breakfast! Then around 9:45 AM, Michele and I went down to meet Kevan. Remember the ladies that I drove in with from the airport? A lot of the talk from the painters is about the ...
... in historic sites and are often less expensive than the five star hotels they compete with. Andalusia has a varied cuisine based on history. The Romans brought Gazpacho to the area but it was Christopher Columbus who completed the recipe when he brought back tomatoes and peppers into Spain after one of his voyages. I can not imagine Gazpacho without tomatoes and peppers! The Moors planted the orange, almonds and olive trees. The oranges I ...