Hotel Cortijo de la Reina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... takes the A-Team on a different path and we prepare to make our way back with Lyndon. I take a quick look back an watch a young girl on a moped ride across the river and head off up the rocky hill in a t-shirt, shorts and flip flops. Well don't I feel like an amateur.
We ride for another hour or so and the Pink Team all make it back in one piece with no major injuries. After getting out of our protective gear the A-Team arrive and we all have a ...
... Shouldn’t we?’ moment!!
So alternative 2 it was then. As this was half what MSC were asking, we jumped on this bus without hesitation. The journey lasted only about 5 minutes and the route was indeed lined with cafes and shops before the bus terminated in a car park adjacent to a tourist information office.
After collecting a map we headed across the road toward the old town. It was only a short walk to the cathedral. This is a huge neo gothic, ...
Well, Rasta and I were very excited to wake up to a bright, sunny morning in Malaga, and we couldn’t wait to explore! This incredibly old city was founded by the Phoenicians in 770BC as Malaka, and has been influenced greatly both archaeologically and architecturally by the Roman, Arabic and Christian eras spanning a history of almost 2,800 years. It is located on Costa del Sol (Coast of the Sun) of ...
... beach area of Malaga, as most people keep talking about the seafood of Malaga. It was again raining and another trek to get to where we were supposed to go (I think!) as we weren't really sure where to go... Searching for the Port of Malaga brought us to an industrial-looking port... which makes sense but not really where we wanted to be. A bit of wandering around finally brought us to an area with shops and restaurants. Definitely more ...
... many walks in the hills, reading books and playing card games. The home was perched high on top of a hill with wonderful views of the mountains and the sunsets were amazing. On Christmas Eve a huge storm blew through and we were without power for a whole day. It was a great way to spend Christmas with candles burning, far removed from the mega malls and commercialization ...