Mecina Fondales Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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We had some issues getting the video to start. I don't know why. But we figured it out (I think).
If you keep clicking the "Previous video" video (the one that is in the upper screen) - it will start the video.
Yeah, I don't know how this all works...but that should get it started.
So, just click on the video - if you get a message that says you need a plug in...just keep clicking on the video ...
... But then, I heard the waves crashing into the sand, and the rhythmic melody was so distracting. And I couldn't blog.
I had really thought that maybe I could blog on days where it's cloudy or rainy. But, its hasn't rained a drop and there hasn't been a cloud in the sky, since we got here. So that hasn't worked out either.
The other day I set aside time just to blog, and figured I would just suffer through it. You know, just gut it out. But then the kids wanted ...
... delicious ! Really nice this town. Than we went back and enjoyed a quite night watching an episode of Sherlock. 3rd When we woke up we realized that finally the wind had gone down, sorry to say the flies were still there :-( After breakfast we drove direction Malaga for two hours and than took the coast road where we would surely find a ...
... her to understand that the app screwed up, not me!
I mean I know we are standing in an empty concrete stadium park and there is no one around. I know that’s not a party. But oh well. Technology fail.
So we all walk over to a soccer field - and we are standing at the gate and I am asking Miguel in English if this is where he plays soccer. And he says yes.
His mom walks away and goes with some paper work to an office area and I now surmise that she ...
... War the tunnels covered more than 30 miles, we didn’t explore all 30 miles downhill, just a 10 to 15 minute stroll for obvious reasons. St Michael’s cave gets its name from a similar grotto in Apulia, in Italy, where the Archangel Gabriel is said to have appeared. The network of caves made of limestone, 300 metres above sea level, are a protected nature reserve and are used for the dramatic settings for live Opera’s and Orchestra’s.