Hotel El Puerto
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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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 ...
... seller, not seen that anywhere else and they were rather expensive. In fact, Malaga is expensive compared to everywhere else we’ve been.
By the way, we’re turning native. Found a Costa Coffee today and it was ****. Definitely like Spanish coffee, nice and strong. Penny also realised she prefers San Miguel or Cruzcampso to Stella and Kronenburg (previous favourites).
Just one thing neither of us are that keen on, Spanish ...
... square (or should I say Oval?) at Lucca in Italy, Piazza del Anfiteatro, which had been built within the confines of a small Roman amphitheatre. Sadly it was marred slightly where part of the pavement collapsed last month as a result of a burst water pipe. It seems an old lady was stood there at the time of the collapse, but I don’t know her fate.
We called for a coffee at the improbably named, and deserted, Elvis ...
... has been coming here for many years, and we thought he was use to it, but was a bit scary at times. We drove about 30 mins along the Coast to La Cala where Grace and David live(Gareths parents) it was a lovely Villa with a pool. Had a well deserved swim and a bite to eat. Later that night we walked down to the beach and had a meal on the beach. Enjoyed a good sleep that ...
... teetering on the edge of the hills overlooking the sea. Acres of barren land, dotted with cactus plants, farmland ploughed with old fashioned ploughs and the vineyards disappeared the further we drove and after hours of enjoying the beautiful landscape of diverse Spain, we drove into built up Spain, and compared to the tranquillity of the Aude, the Costa del Sol was quite a shock.
Thousands of villas and apartments seemed to crawl backwards from the sea, spreading ...