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Visit of Marbella and Torremolinos for a day

A travel blog entry by stefanoandrea

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On the way we stopped at Mijas for a bit and than drove through the mountains to Marbella. The weather was rather strange, a lot if wind and temperatures of around 25 which is pretty cool for here at this time of year. We walked through the little streets of the old town which was real nice and walked down to the boulevard following the beach for a bit. But as the wind was to fresh we went back up and had some lunch on a little square before ...

Sinfully delightful day on the beach!

A travel blog entry by travelswithelsa

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... strange – his friends and the shop assistant guided him through the lengthy process with animated discussion while we tried to look the other way.


That evening we were determined to have the huge meat kebabs that the 'chiringuitos' barbequed to perfection! Our restaurant was right on the beach – beautiful setting, beautiful weather!



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HOT

A travel blog entry by gings2014

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... and incredibly, no one was injured. However 220 hectares of pine forest was destroyed by what was apparently the worst bush fire in the region for 40 years. It was just sheer luck that the fire headed away from the town and it has been reported in the local press that the fire was started deliberately. As always in these situations hats off to all the emergency services, pilots and volunteers who eventually got it all ...

A load of bull......

A travel blog entry by roamingfree

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... war to oust him out so soon after the one that had let him in! By the time he died, he was massively unpopular, so the referendum to put democracy in place slid through very easily with over 90% in favour.....just what the doctor ordered! The plaques are such a great way to remind the people of such an important event in their history and what better place than in Constitution Square.....and of course, the 7 Dec is a national holiday! ...

Expensive parking!

A travel blog entry by tiggerbird

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... we headed across Andalucia straight to Granada.

When we set off it was raining heavily and I was extremely uncomfortable driving the car in the wet without any road markings, an hour or so on and we were already in what seemed like a different country (!) as the weather improved and so did the roads.

Other than a nasty accident involving a lorry, ...

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