Hotel TRH Paraiso Costa del Sol
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Travel Blogs from Estepona
... the Puente Nuevo (New bridge) built in 1793 across a 100 meters plus deep gorge and it's still being used today. The gorge divides the old town from the new one. The bull fighting ring is the first purpose-built space for fighting bulls in the world and is now only used once a year (First fight 1785) Otherwise it is used as a museum where you can learn about the history of this controversial sport. The old town is ...
Slept in a little, headed down to see Les at the pub. Tao cooked us a nice english breakfast then we headed off to the beach. The pub is only one block away so it was so good. Beach was packed! We found a spot, went and had a dip. The water is so nice and warm! The waves are pretty intense and there was a strip of lots of rocks so you walked out and the waves pulled all the rocks down then pushed them back up but once you got past the rocks without the waves knocking you over it was ...
... as possible by giving the accompanying little dog a biscuit and taking its photograph. One of the four shakes her head in disapproval and mutters something to the others. We sit watching the comings and goings with our cup of tea. A horse wanders past with its attendant, as does a small herd of goats. A man carries a bucket of greens and walks down one of the streets, another one follows shortly after with a bucket of water. Suddenly the peacefulness ...
... with wonderful views over the surrounding countryside. Narrow streets lead to staircases and balconies....cafes waft delicious garlicky aromas and artisanal shops display tablecloths, pottery, olive oils and sausages. We wander aimlessly, enjoying the sights around every corner. The Puento Nuevo of course is the piece de resistance. Spanning the gorge with the small river a hundred feet below, it is a photographers dream. Standing on the 18th ...
... beach restaurant (a "cheringito") was extremely agreeable. Not at all like Blackpool.....or even Skegness........nor for that matter Weston. We were all doing very nicely, the sand dolphin and crocodile had been duely admired and suddenly...........the jelly-fish struck! Alicia was the recipient of the invertebrate's attentions, and was very brave about it. The photo doesn't really do it justice but is attached nonetheless. Back to the grindstone ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility