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Day 5 was a beautiful, bright sunny day. Our itinerary for the day was a taking the short drive to a rather touristy nearby Pueblos Blancos, Mijas on a mountain. Mijas is easy to get to, park in and very comfortable to walk around. It has a welcoming charm to it, as if it's all dressed up and ready to greet the guests. Colorful donkey carts and horse carriages add to the already easy accessibility. Mijas has some of the best handmade pottery we ...
Day 4's beginning was rather disappointing. Our plan was to spend the day in Granada, visiting the coveted Alhambra and then on the way back stop at the coastal village of Nerja. The entry into Alhambra is time restricted-there’s only certain times of the day you can visit it. We started early to get there by 9am through the mountains. Our son started to feel the motion sickness and with the ľ ...
Day 3- The drive to Ronda was breathtaking. Gentle rolling hills with Olive, lemon, Orange farms as far as the eye could go. It really is the loveliest and most historical town of Andalusia. Ronda is situated in a mountainous area on a gorge El Tajo cut through by the river Gaudalevin. The views of the ...
... br> village. The pace seems to be going in a
slow motion with village folk chatting with each other while sipping a drink.
We loved the traditional Spanish village charm of Casares.
On our way back we stopped at Marbella- a popular resort town.
We went through the old town’s clean, narrow, cobblestone streets; every street
had its own unique character. One of the nice town squares to see at Marbella
is the Plaza de los Naranjos or Orange Square. ...
... frequent this city! Once at the top, we take in the 360 degree views, visit the military museum that has some wonderful period costumes and pause for a cool drink at the outdoor cafe before making our way back down. We cross on the Paseo del Parque through lovely green space and head back to the hotel for a little rest. But first, we must maneuver around another demonstration happening along the pedestrian street. It is much like the one we saw when ...
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