Grangefield Oasis Club
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- Free parking
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... both in and out on our journey so far.
Picked up a local paper at this campsite, very interesting indeed. First thing of note was the write up about the storm earlier in the week, which was apparently the worst they’d had in 20 years. There was a picture of a Beach Bar in Torre del Mar which we walked past whilst they were cleaning up, Penny commented as there were girls in shorts and ...
... the **** they kick up.
Anyway, in Malaga, it’s definitely a tale of two or three cities. On the bus, right up to our stop it did not look pleasant. 5 mins walk from our stop and we’re at the harbour and it’s really nice (now we understand that it’s due to all the cruise ships that dock here), but then round the corner are the beaches and they’re not pleasant at all. Granted it looks like they had the same storm ...
From our base in the honeymoon suite we have access to lovely walks and harrowing drives along narrow cobble stone pathways and streets. Some lead us to tapas bars and restaurants. Others take us to sites of great interest and beauty. Yesterday after a small drive to the Cueva la de Pileta, I walked to the bottom of the Ronda canyon to view the bridge from the base. Along the pathway were grand views and Moorish walls that were fortifications to protect the mills ...
Today we got up and went for breakfast with Tim. Bev decided to stay back and have a quiet morning to herself. After breakfast, Wally and I headed to the town/city of Fuengirola to activate our cell phone and get some more cash - I recommend bringing more from home right off the bat! It's not cheap here! lol
We drove around for a bit looking for a place to park near where we were trying to go and ended up just in a parkade. We walked ...
... of their kind on the Iberian Peninsula. Many famous writers including Americans Ernest Hemmingway and Orsen Welles, spent summers here and were influenced by the city and its traditions. It is said that Ernest Hemmingway referenced El Tajo in "For Whom the Bell Tolls" where sympathisers were thrown from a fictitous cliff. I would agree that this place inspired their works. They definitely left an impression on ...