Hotel Coso Viejo
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Simple. Elegant. Convenient. Cheap.
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... position, in your stateroom if it's on the side of the ship where everyone boards, otherwise somewhere in sight of the docking area. Get in place about 15 minutes before the end of boarding time, make yourself comfortable and wait for the fun to begin.
It starts well before the end time (which was 3.30pm in our case), with people who think they are late but aren't. You can see them trying to run under the weight of the pointless purchases they ...
... it must be around 40C in the sun. If the outward trip was slow, then the return journey is even slower, with longer stops under the trees. By the time I'm back at the car, I'm knackered, although I've only done 4.4km.
An 80 mile drive for a short walk behind some factories? Was it worth it? Yes, actually, as this was a chance to see a new area, and to think about coming back for a longer walk when I'm fitter and when the temperature is a lot ...
... to myself.
Although Antequera has some notable monuments and is an attractive hill town,
it’s not on the itineraries of bus tour companies. That could change, though,
since Spain has proposed Antequera for consideration to become a UNESCO World
The Christian reconquest of Antequera took place in 1410
under King Fedinand I. The story of Andalusia since the Reconquista is part of
its legacy. ...
... Torcal were all
wearing their winter coats, hats, gloves and scarves.The limestone was formed over 200 million years ago while on the bottom of the sea, from the accumulation of millions of shells and sea creatures. Since being pushed up and above sea level by earthquakes only a few million years ago, the limestone has been weathered into unusual rock formations and caves. Apparently it is also home to fox, weasel and ...
So I've been here a little over a month and all I can say is I LOVE the food here. It can be more bland than food from the states (because practically the only "salsa" used here is oil) but it is so yummy. It has taken me a while to get used to the excessive amounts of olive oil (on my salads, on my fish, my veggies are smothered in it) but I've grown to love it!
For Breakfast I almost always have coffee ...