Pierre & Vacances Residence Benalmadena Principe
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Travel Blogs from Benalmadena
... strop after our first stop at the reservoir because we were meant to get Breakfast at our first stop! But due to the language barrier we had our breakfast on the last stop at the citrus farm! Bit tricky!, we had freshly squeezed orange juice, homemade bread with fresh marmalade and a pork terrine spread. Was yummy even if it was 1pm! The orchard owner was a real character, had an old vest on like Craig's Drizabone ...
It's only a little hill, situated right next to the road, isn't it? And with a good parking space situated just where you want it. Shouldn't take long, should it?
But this is Pena Negra (the black peak), and it's just a little tricky ....
Lesley, Martin and I stand at the side of the road, wondering where the heck this route is going. We've got a trail loaded into the GPS, which someone has done before. He got to the summit and back in 3.5 hours ...
... br> I mentioned I packed quickly to get my luggage set out on purpose as an excuse for inadvertently leaving my iPad and Kindle on board! I left them sitting right next to the TV. Luckily, the cruise line has them in Lost and Found and once the ship is back in port in Barcelona, they'll be shipped to me. I guess I really am lucky! Who needs that extra $3K. You can't take it with you! ...
... be clear; pashminas. Pashminas are wider scarves that can be worm more like a shawl as well as a scarf. After a little bit of research, they got their name because they are made out of wool from Pashmina goats. They are very finely woven and very soft.
These were my item of choice to bring home to my faithful dog sitters!
We walked through the streets to a wine museum where we were offered wine and olives. Olives ...
... spoke flawless English and led us on an enthusiastic tour. The tour consisted of St. Michaels caves ( surreal experience ), The Seige tunnels and most impressively, the Summit itself, which on a clear day(not today), you can see two continents and two oceans. The Rock is home to approximately, 200 "apes", which are actually, tailless Barbary macaques-a type of monkey. They are everywhere! We really enjoyed Adrian's interaction with the apes, encouraging several from our group ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed