Bahia Tropical Hotel
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... mosque beginning in 874, then back to a Roman Catholic church after the Muslims were driven out in the 13th century. The mosque, built in four stages, was in the end able to hold 40,000 worshippers. Marble columns numbering 856, joined by double arches support the roof in this massive, impressive space. In 1236 the mosque was converted back to a Catholic church which was built in it's center. Over the centuries the ...
... the precaution of backing up all my files onto a separate hard drive the other day. That alone took 18 hours. I tried to defrag the hard drive, in spite of the fact that it told me it was working fine. The defrag took 36 hours. No difference. So that’s it for Microsoft I’m afraid. A number of people I know have moved to Linux and swear by it. As soon as I get home that’s what I shall do.
Anyway, I ...
... an old injury/operation on his shoulder by lifting heavy suitcases and luckily he was as right as rain in 24hrs.
With Richard fully recovered we visited Mijas Pueblo with Doug and Shirley, a small mountain town 8 km from Fuengirola which, even though it’s a big tourist attraction is still very Andulusian offering Spanish festivals and Flamenco dancing in the local park. Its narrow cobbled streets are full of bars, restaurants and shops and from where it ...
... more. Then upstairs there are name brand clothes for men and women and shoes. We walked in and he went and got some coffee and let us shop around upstairs for a little bit. :) After our adventure in El Corte Ingles we went to Peter and Lisa's house. It was such a nice little apartment! The view was absolutely gorgeous! It was a little 3 bedroom 2 bath apartment and everything was so orderly placed. They had an object from each place that they had lived in their lives ...
... But the views are splendid nevertheless and the weather is superb - not a cloud in the sky, though cold enough to be wearing a cagoule (and by the standards of southern Spain, that's pretty cold!). By the time I get to the Collado de Carneros, it's time to start breaking into my lunch box.
The Collado is the lowest point between Cerro Puerto and Malascamas. It's at about 1500m, about 800m above the Fabrica, and today it's where I get to the snow line. It's also where a ...