Hotel Los Alamos
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... square. We popped into a drapery store, they had the most beautiful baby wear , shame my babies are getting bigger! Our last stop was at a citrus farm, we were meant to go there first but because there were 3 buses doing the same tour we did our tour in reverse. As there are only 6 of us speaking English ( only 36 English speaking in total on this half of the cruise!) we share the bus with Spaniards, they had thrown ...
... perhaps it was him that decided the mountain could be graded "easy". It certainly wasn't us.
The descent is on a different line to the way we came up. The ground is still rather difficult and the holly oaks are still obstructing every point at which it seems progress might be made. When we finally get back to the car, the statistics are impressive - 4 kilometres covered with 400 metres of ascent in only five and a half hours. Definitely an easy day (ha ...
... to the final step in the process of winning the jackpot. And won it. But now it was reset to $1000. With the additional amount in the bonus, I cashed $1300. A far cry from the $4600 but again, such is life.
By the time I left the casino, it was storming outside as we heading into wind gusts that topped 71 mph! Attempting to walk was crazy as the ship would drop and ...
... This city is about 10,000 people in whitewashed buildings close to the narrow streets. The cabs in town is a fleet of donkeys with carriages for two or four people. We started our walking tour to a church cut right into the rock on top of the cliff. The most beautiful robes were displayed behind glass.
The narrow streets gave way to shops filled with leather goods, linens, and the ever present fashion accessory in Spain, ...
... photo. We walked around the edge of the mountain Mijas is on along a walking path made of flagstones. We had a good view of the resorts on the beach below. We soon came to a church that we took a picture of. The wind was blowing really hard and it was chilly. The bullring, the smallest in Spain, was next on our journey. We paid 4E for the entrance fee. We went through a little museum with a stuffed bull and bullfighters outfits. Then we went through ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility