Hotel Casa Rosa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... an arched gateway into the town. Once again it’s clear that this town was designed during the Moorish rule, with twisted alleys that resemble those of Morocco medinas—only these are sparkling clean and the houses all freshly painted. I don’t know if the government subsidizes the painting of the houses or if people just really take pride in having their village look beautiful… It doesn’t look like this is an attraction that brings in ...
... took me to one of the best views of Malaga right up on the mountain there is a 10th century Castle which overlooks the whole of Malaga, one of the best views I have seen. Then after we drank Vino dulce (sweet wine) and talked a mixture of Spanish and English (spanglish). Surprisingly enough we got along great and we both undertood each other 80% of the time. But after 5 hours of trying to talk Spanish i was exhausted and needed a break, but overall was a ...
... at a table outside. Our neighbours are friendly although it is next to impossible to communicate without playing charades and smiling a lot. We are certainly a novelty and possibly the only Canadians ever seen in the village. The casa has plenty of room to spread out and having stayed in different types of accommodation over the last two months we feel we know where our comfort level is with respect to livable space ...
... morrocan, it has very narrow streets, woven around squares with tinkling foutains and green verdant spaces with shuttered houses seemingly asleep in the hot sun. Its deep shadows and quiet alleys provide real peace and quiet from the buzzing town grown outside of this once fortified muslim town. There is more than one lovely church here to peep inside and abundant orange trees grow everywhere.
Puerto Banus is where all the money is in Marbella, its harbour is ...
... under the heading of hedonism. Lunch yesterday was delightful, two beers each with accompanying tapas, tapas sin carne that was sufficient for lunch at La Ermita again. AND, having just won the lottery we have decided on a trip to the Arctic Circle in June next year traveling through Belgium, Holland, Germany, Denmark, Sweden into Finland and up to Rovaniemi, popping in to see Santa Claus at Napapirri, website at: (http://www.santaclausvillage.info/fi/j ...