Hotel Cortijo de la Reina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... after a quote of $140) and a week’s supply of antibiotics…..YIKES. Good thing Chris didn’t go to the doctor…in Chris’ words – that’s 2 pairs of shoes!! One must understand, he relates all things in comparison to shoes….he is his Mother’s son!!
We truly have enjoyed this excursion and learned a few things. One VERY important lesion was learned today at breakfast with an ...
... arch – quite cool. The tile work on the ceilings is beautiful as is the detailing around each window. The ruins are in fairly decent shape for having been "rebuilt" by the Moors in the 11th, & 14th Century. We walked a lot but not all the way to the top of the mountain to the castle Gibralfaro (too hot, no shade). For both of us – it is ALL about the shade. No tree, no shade.
... they bite, but just as you assume 'Beware of the Dog' is probably referring to the yapping Maltese poodle, this was considered more a great photo opportunity than a real concern. So climbing up, following the thin cobbled pathway, with its 100m deathly drop and no barrier, we finally found ourselves face to face with the now nicknamed Romeo and Juliette of the donkey world. I snapped, we laughed and when Romeo trotted over to us, I was delighted at the opportunity to test my ...
... known blue period, which is identified as a significant turning point in his impressionist style, felt a bit like a young man desperately trying to make sense of human emotion going so far as painting the sick and destitute to get there, than the start of experimental techniques influenced by degar...or however he is spelt, we know I'm useless...which it was identified with by the audio tape... It's all an assumption of course and I plan to ...
The final stop on our road trip was Málaga for two nights. We continued to be treated to gorgeous Andalusian landscapes on the way. We saw white-washed towns clinging to the tops of mountains, olive groves, emerald-green rivers, and the largest wind turbines on the planet. We took the coastal road and found ourselves looking down steep cliffs at the beautiful, turquoise Mediterranean Sea. We decided our lunch stop should include a ...