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Day 9 – 30/12/08
We left the hotel at 8 am & took the bus to reach The Alhambra. The queue for tickets was quite long & we managed to get the tickets after a 45 minute wait. First, we saw the Generalife Gardens, which were very beautiful with Arabic architecture. After the gardens, we queued up …
So, I can report that the rain in Spain does not stay mainly on the plain. We are in the centre of an impressive storm this morning. Saves watering the plants though.
I can report that J is gearing up to do an entry but don't hold your breath.
Meanwhile here are a few random photos.
... seem to be built on the edge of cliffs and spring up from nowhere, interconnected by winding roads, some wide and sweeping, others just wide enough for a car with a succession of the tightest hairpin bends you would ever want to ride up or down. After riding a wide road with long, graceful sweeping bends we stopped for fuel and Bob came up with the analogy of riding it was like skiing. This was a great analogy as the road we had just ridden was like ...
... They have pretty much hiked the entire US and and much of Germany. Richard RUNS 8ks every morning. He did that prior to our first walk which was 8ks along a river. It wasn't too hard but probably the longest I have ever walked at once. Paul dropped us at one end and met us at the other. The cafe at the end of the walk was meant to provide us with sustenance but being typically Spanish just decided to close. So we had a beer and packets of chips at ...
... 8217;s old stomping ground, and then went on to one of the only remaining Roman ruins in Andalucía, El Teatro Romano- the Roman Ampitheatre. Jane then treated us to a long lunch in the square where needless to say we enjoyed a few vino tintos and one or two cervezas . We parted in the mid afternoon as Sue and Jane went to the Picasso Museum. It’s ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Bajondillo Apartments Torremolinos
Lovely comfortable Hotel, perfect location but the majority of the clientele was old people. They took over the bar at night time so we always left for the bars instead, which was a pity as sometimes we would rather have a few in the hotel bar.
I stayed in the Bajondillo apartments in August 2004. I found these apartments basic, but they have everything you need. The air conditioning is excellent and the bathroom was very modern & clean. Rooms were cleaned everyday & you were provided with fresh towels. The room also had television & hairdryer.
Fantastic in every respect
Have just returned from 2 week holiday in Bajondillo Apartments, Torremolinos. We had a fantastic holiday. Apartment was situated overlooking pool area and beach which is directly across road from the complex.
Access to the town was just behind apartments via gently sloping steps or by Lift which was also easily accessible at beginning of steps.
The nightly entertainment which was laid on was most enjoyable.
The bar and restaurant were super and the staff in the entire complex were very friendly.
The apartment we had was studio. They were cleaned every day and linen change 3 times a week.
Very, very satisfied overall with fantastic location.
Great for a long stay
We have stayed at the Bajondillo Apts for 4 to 6 weeks in each of the past 4 winters ( usually in February and March ). It is a great place, very casual-- not fancy but everyone makes you feel at home. I would highly recommend it for anyone intending a long stay in the Torremolinos area. Good breakfasts. Hotel is close to shopping, transportation and directly on the beach. Excellent value. Winter is the best time to visit as it is off season and not crowded at all.
A great place to stay
I stayed at the Bajondillo Apartments in September for 2 weeks and found everything perfect, from the quality of the accomodation to the staff who were very helpful. The apartments could not be more central and were a great base for discovering Andalucia.
I left my heart in Bajondillo
From the moment I arrived, I fell in love first with the Hotel. The scenery is so romantic, the winding streets so spanish - I soaked it all up. The nightlife in the spanish square with music was a memory I will never forget. I felt so much at home. I am planning to go back already!
The Perfect Vacation Getaway
Hola!! The Bajondillo is the perfect place to stay while vacationing in Torremolinos on the Costa del Sol. The food, staff, amenities, activities & location are excellent. You are close to everything... the stairs to the center of town for shopping & exploring, the beach is directly across the street and the weather is most always perfect!! I have stayed here twice for 4 weeks and am looking forward to another visit in May 2004. If you are looking for a great value as well as a great vacation, this is the place to stay!!
Right across the road from the beach, close to the steps up to town, clean, comfortable apartment, lovely outlook over the sea. Will be our first choice on our next visit to Costa del Sol.
I am 33 I have stayed in the Bajondillo twice and am going back in August 2004 for a week. It's friendly, warm, spotlessly clean, lovely poolside, lovely staff, great food, could not find a single fault. may spend my honeymoon there next year, who knows, its home away from home with the sun. I will keep going back there.
Best vacation spot in the world
I've spent many weeks at a time here. The weather is usually perfect. So much to do and so many side trips available. Easy to get around. Easy access to Tangier and Gabraltar. Spent New Year's Eve of l999 at that location. The prices are great and the locals so friendly. Planning on returning in 2004 for a month or so. It's probably my 11th or 12th trip to Spain. Lost count.