Cortijo Puerto el Peral
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... which is sad. Driving into Malaga the navigator got lost, again. But we made it in the end to a very standard hotel without any character or atmosphere, we were both disappointed. Don't get me wrong, it is nice, pool, robe slippers etc., but we have been staying in some amazing places and a normal hotel is a bit......blah. We went for a walk to the beach, honestly don't bother ...
... near the marina, but it is too dangerous to park, so travel a km before we find somewhere to do a u-turn, then come back and drive down a narrow street with cars parked either side, to the marina, where we find parking within easy walking distance to the Marina.
We walk along an elevated promenade above garage and workshop space for the marina, and continue past a couple of restaurants to the breakwater proper, where we get photos back to the city and the ...
The drive to our next stop was very relaxing on a great highway along the coast. Vine Ridge Retreats owned by a British family is located about one hour from the city of Malaga on the Costa del Sol in Andalucía Spain and is situated up a typical Andalucian track just below the Blanco Pueblo(white village) of Comares which is draped across the mountain top. The problem is we didn't realize what a "track" was and the fact that it ...
Sunday 23rd February 2014
It being Sunday, we are off to Marbella on the bus, and Kathleen goes to church, followed by a pleasant lunch overlooking the beach.
Waiting at the bus stop, on our way back to the campsite, Kathleen gets chatting to another woman, waiting for the bus. It turns out she too originates from Jarrow. It is almost like a normal ...
... buy more beer as we just didn't have enough from Eroski. Later that night we went to an International Culture Feria in Fuengirola. It was hoochin' with people and there were around 35 different countries and regions represented, all offering representations of their food and drink and demonstrating traditional activities such as Serbian folk dancers, Argentinian tango dancers and even a pipe band, the Gibraltar Sea Scouts, none of whom looked under forty. ...