Hotel Antequera Golf
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... language learning skills. Now not to be a buzzkill but for all you keen language learners that are just starting and keen to get stuck in and start, let me add by telling you that it is not easy. To keep progressing you really need to do at minimum and absolute minimum 30 minutes a day if you want to see progresion and that was my biggest struggle as after work i did not feel like doing it and you seem to make excuses to not study. So I guess your wondering how much ...
... are lined with bars and shops. The large streets are lit up all year round and very pretty at night. Our hotel was just off a main street on the edge of the old town, by the harbour. A great base to explore the town from.
We ate a lovely meal to celebrate David's birthday in the sun, in a restaraunt by the old port. Which has been made glamourous and chic, with new spaces opened up alongside its edge. A lovely undulating sun roof runs alongside the quayside, ...
... Santa. Typically they would have been practicing outside but because the weather we were very fortunate to see these impressive displays. Once again with the rain occurring we took the time to tour the cathedral. This was very spiritual and I enjoyed the tranquility of admiring this phenomenal building. I thought a lot about the people that meant a lot to me, the ones that are here and gone. I said a prayer for my long lost buddy Ruben. Cathedral. Once we got out the rain ...
... go to the Mayan Monkey Mijas! The Mayan Monkey Mijas is a chocolate factory in which I am going to be able to see chocolate being made! That ought to be really fun! Tomorrow I am going to see a performance Kelipe Centro de Arte Flamenco. Flamenco is very popular in their city. This is a great opportunity to get to know some of their ...
... tired and cranky from the hours at the Alhambra which resulted in sore knees and feet. The next day we went out to breakfast since the hotel wasn't a b&b and struggled to order breakfast, still being a bit cranky and struggling with spanish. I asked for a combined breakfast, but was told those are only on weekdays. I wound up with a pain au chocolate. Still hungry, we went off to look for Pablo Picasso's birth place (house) and the Picasso museum. After ...