Califa Hotel I
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So today we decided to adventure to Torremelinos (15 miles south of Malaga), again just because we've heard of Brits going there. This time we have no Aires or ACSI campsites so we’re on our own.
Drove through Torremelinos, nothing, then the town becomes Benalmadena where we stopped had coffee (proper Spanish stuff!) and went to the Tourist Information office. No campsites here, back ...
... outside and meet up our group and guide and head off towards the Alhambra with our headphone systems in.
I'm not going to get into massive detail about each and every room of the Alhambra and the details about it but we saw and walked through some amazing rooms and designs with major history. The place is packed with awesome rooms, different reasons for each wall or roof design and then topped off with beautiful gardens outside it. It really was an ...
... down a fantastic little road, a mini Stelvio Pass spoilt only by a bright orange cement truck trying to flatten me. Stop for lunch at a great little town with amazing views. Another cracking lunch and we set off for The Vantage Point where we can apparently see Africa. One of the best rides of the trip for me, cruising up and up and up, fantastic landscapes and slopes galore interrupted only by a tricky slope to get up. Barnsey goes first and gets stuck in a rut on ...
... bears witness to the medieval Moorish settlement, as its urban fabric, architecture and main characteristics (form, materials, colours), were not changed when it was adapted to the Christian way of life, to survive as a remarkable example of a Spanish-Moorish town. Archaeological excavations have shown that the hill where the Albayzín is now situated has been occupied continuously from as early as the Roman period. In the mid-8th century the region's ...
... everyday since the day 1. :)
We were hurrying our way to the museum but it was hard not to stop and admire the Roman Theatre next to Alcazaba. But, focus! Today, we must go to this museum! :) So, there was a queue at the museum, but it was 10 times shorter than the one in Barcelona. The waiting wasn't bad at all. We met a girl from Brazil (Luciana) in the line, and the time went quickly while chatting about our trip to Brazil, about where she lives (Sao Paulo) and all. ...