Campanario de Calahonda
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... the Puente Nuevo (New bridge) built in 1793 across a 100 meters plus deep gorge and it's still being used today. The gorge divides the old town from the new one. The bull fighting ring is the first purpose-built space for fighting bulls in the world and is now only used once a year (First fight 1785) Otherwise it is used as a museum where you can learn about the history of this controversial sport. The old town is ...
... are just as much of a farce as the days. We'd normally start pres at our apartment around 10pm, then head out after midnight. Cos we were told they party hard in Malaga. The locals just don't know how to feria. Most of them pike by 2am. Those who stay out just stand around the clubs, not buying drinks. When you do try and talk to people, none of them can speak English. Even if ...
... me. But two things haunt me when driving through mountains in the rain. One is fear of the wheels slipping on the incredibly steep roads, and the second is the risk of landslides. There are signs aplenty warning of falling rocks and whereas this might not feel too much of a threat to the average person, to me it's a gruesome reminder of being pelted about my head by falling rocks after a landslide while walking in Madeira. Probable death missed me by inches and has left ...
... day. Bill gives us a potted version of his life, talents and hobbies and we feel we know him well after about fifteen minutes. But how useful this liaison proves to be. After an evening of blowing fuses and wondering how the hell you are supposed to know how many amps each appliance uses, Bill invites us for coffee the next morning so he can give us an idiot proof lesson on electronics. He willingly tells us that he is a geek, something Joyce is ...
... some really nice views over the valley. It was a really sleepy town and the only place we really saw any activity was the main square, with a few locals and road cyclists drinking a café. We stopped briefly, wandered for a few minutes through town and didn’t find it particularly interesting so we continued on. The rest of the drive was a loop that took us close to Benamahoma, then down towards Ubrique and then back towards Grazalema and ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking