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So today we decided to adventure to Torremelinos (15 miles south of Malaga), again just because we've heard of Brits going there. This time we have no Aires or ACSI campsites so we’re on our own.
Drove through Torremelinos, nothing, then the town becomes Benalmadena where we stopped had coffee (proper Spanish stuff!) and went to the Tourist Information office. No campsites here, back ...
... any faster.
At ten minutes past the time the real fun begins. Arguing old people are my favourite. You can't hear what they are saying but as they stride along the gangway they would be saying "I told you the bus would not come in time", or "I knew it was more than a five minutes walk" or "why you queued all that time just to buy that stupid straw donkey I'll never know."
And now we reach the serious stage of the race. It is now twenty minutes ...
... also a blur)
managed to pack in plenty of sightseeing. After stumbling into the Plaza de la Constitución near Calle (street) Granada, I spotted an awesome coffee shop serving the healthy version
of churros (gluten-free) and chocolate. Dessert would be saved for later as an
evening snack. Yum. There was also this decked out natural gelato shop with an
assortment of flavors. I had marked this place on my foodie list, but never managed
to do a taste ...
... horn! The first blast always makes me jump! We’re not leaving yet….only 7pm..SEVEN PM!!!??? We’ve been out by the pool a LONG time!!
Ah, a shower and dressed for dinner. Tonight we dine in the Grand Dining room, just in time to see us off. As we pulled away from the dock, so too did the Oasis of the Seas. They were sent off with a salute from the fire ships circling them with their hoses shooting water ...
... you didn't fall out (remember the fiestas, sangria, etc). This wrought iron is ornate, decorative....more than just a safety function. Wooden blinds can be seen behind many of the windows. Many of the tiny balconies have been framed up in wood and glass to provide warmth and it was this that I hadn't seen before.....they just looked really unusual. Gee, I need to get a life!
Mark is way worse than me! He really liked the old ...