El Cortijo La Prensa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... onward ticket, but I’ll figure that out later… I head out to discover the town. Antequera does have a nice little Old Town district—although not very active in the summer midday heat. I go to check out the bullfight arena, stroll down the main street where I duck into a bar to try some of the local “tapas”. Tapas are small portions of meat, vegetables, seafood etc served either hot or cold—a good way to sample different local ...
... Debod" a temple which was given to the Spanish people by Egypt in gratitude. It is 2200 years old and has been reconstructed with the original stones in one of the parks in Madrid. Wonderful hieroglyphics decorate the walls and we were given a history of the worship of this deity and the discovery of the temple. A very surprising find in the middle of Madrid. Madrid is a city of beautiful parks, lovely ...
... their ball in a plaza. The teens spend some time by themselves hanging in the main plaza and eating pizza in town. The adults take a walk through the old town (Muslim centre) where there are old "monuments" (buildings and churches) and little narrow streets. This area runs along the gorge offering stunning, sweeping views of the side of the town sitting on the edge of the gorge. The sun is going down and shining across the area. The little streets are well-shaded ...
... height: 15.8599996566772px;">Spectacular, serene location and the price was the cheapest of everywhere we stayed! The grounds were gorgeous and you could see all the work that the owners (transplants from England) did. They had done a great job restoring the property to it's Moorish influence and while the room we had wasn't my favorite (just wasn't a fan of the theme), ...
... de Puerto - a valley flanked on either side by limestone cliffs. Although it's not sunny, and the gradient is gentle, the sticky heat makes it hard work, and the vast numbers of flies buzzing around my head don't improve my temper. (I know that flies have a place in the food chain and that they carry out pollination for the plants, but I'd happily see every single one of them wiped from the surface of the planet!) Rest stops are frequent and I ...