Adriano Hotel Torremolinos
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... who had had some one on one training with Lyndon for half an hour and a discussion was had as to whether the group would be split up or remain as one.
We stayed together but the A-Team would be doing some extra stuff and the Pink team as we were now called would do the slightly easier climbs. Paul, Matt and Steve were permanent members of the A-Team with Billy and Sam occasional participants but also made guest appearances in the Pink team ...
... jamon y queso y postres autenticas, it was time to find la playa muy popular se llama Malagueta. In order to get this beach, we had to cross over a lovely palm tree lined promenade and flower filled park, take a leisurely walk through the marina and port full of sailboats, yachts and cruise ships, and pass through another area full of restaurants and shops that caters to the constant flocks of tourists. ...
... when you really don't know where you are going and the signage is minimal. By more good luck than anything else, we arrived at the resort about 4:30. The reception greeted us warmly, told us where to park, took our luggage and carried it to our unit. Crown Resort at Marbella is a beautiful resort. Our unit is lovely as you will see by the pictures. The view from our balcony is amazing. Settled in, we headed to the grocery store which is only a few ...
... white sand beaches seem to be rare. I then drove a short way along the coast to Malaga which is the major city of this region. Took some serious wrong turns and wound up in the skinny central streets -stress! Finally found parking and then got lost trying to find the reason I came here - the Pablo Picasso museum. Who knew he was Spanish, let alone from Malaga? ! I don't like Picasso art but figured I should visit given so close and maybe it would change ...
... Cueva de la Pileta. The caves hold 25,000 year old paintings of horses, goats, fish and a seal. The landmark cave was found by the farming family in 1905 and they still run it today! We were shown around by an older guy who spoke little English but was very funny pointing out funny rock formations to the group; castle, Micky mouse, Bart Simpson and when only me and will could hear he laughed and joked with us as we passed a large penis shaped rock. The tours only run a few ...