BEST WESTERN Salobrena
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Tonight we went to our favorite little restaurant, La Rosa, with our new British friends, Eileen and Peter, as this was to be our last time with them. We had a great time sharing stories of our past and for Buzz and I, finding out more about the Torrox area since they've been coming here for 15 years or so. Eileen and Peter shared a great ...
Turns out the very nice English folks from Gualchos are part of a small church here in Spain that worships in English in a nearby town of Salobrena (about 40 min away). We attended, and very much enjoyed listening to the German minister and meeting the other English and Irish church members.
The photos attached are from the backyard of the house church. One is of ...
... and lost her collar too. Still determined that I should take her, Muriel took me to the vets the next day. This lady looks after the dog while she is on the site, and feeds ur, so the dog tends to follow her from a distance. When we got to the vets we explained the situation and he said that if we could get the dog back on a collar and lead he would get the rabis jab done in a few days. Once we got back home from the town, Muriel offered to cook me ...
... side of the valley with magnificent views of the reservoir below. We reward ourselves with a coffee at a small restaurant before retracing our steps back to Sharron.The Alhambra is an enigma to me. I am almost ashamed to admit I just don't get it. My consolation is that I have ticked off the box. No more. It begins with a queue to get tickets. One hour and fifty minutes of queueing. It drizzles and gypsy ladies arrive to sell umbrellas and tell fortunes. They aren't pushy ...
... the area, as well as a butterfly house and viewing tower, but wandering around its extensive concrete concourse was rather uncomfortable in temperatures of around 36C.
Our interest though was more with the older parts of town, in particular the Albayzin district, an area of narrow streets and squares behind the walls of the old Moslem town, overlooked by the turrets of the Alhambra, the stronghold of the last Moslem kingdom in Spain, positioned on a ...