Hotel An Santo Domingo
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0981. Up into The Arid Plains (Spa 051, 11A-128) Antequera, July 10, 2011 Day 456: 6 hours, 7.5 kms From Malaga I take a bus that winds up the mountain valley heading inland to the city of Antequera. Here the temperature shoots up about 15 degrees and with no beach, you wonder “what do people do all day in the summer?” There’s nobody working at the very sleepy bus station, so it looks like I’m going to have some trouble figuring out how to ...
... within and upon the mountain landscape. It is a breathtaking palace when seen from an equal height across the valley. Imposing and serene, it must be one of my favourite structures. We signed up for a tour, joining a group for the first time. Well worth it. The Alhambra has 6000 visitors a day, is incredibly busy, and we were well shepherded and informed by our guide. It would have been difficult to make sense of so large a complex without her. Everyone else in our group was ...
Last morning in Madrid before our trip down south to Andalucia. Set off to catch the teleferique ( cable car) which goes over the city of Madrid, unfortunately opening times had changed and no one had been advised. Oh well! Instead we took a walk and tripped upon a beautiful statue in a park dedicated to Cervantes and the "man of La Mancha"! They do great statues here! Then unexpectedly we chanced upon the ...
... for secession from Britain..... Have to say, don't know what all the fuss is/was about these Spanish seaside places. We have far better beaches in Rockingham! He drove me through all the surrounds of Malaga, lamenting along the way about the horrible miles of high rise apartment developments that had ruined his home town. Once we got on to the global financial crisis there was no stopping him and by the time we arrived in the ...
... caves, inhabited since prehistoric times. We stopped in a square by the museum and a shopkeeper directed us to a private house where the owner was happy to show us around for €2. He was well set up for tourists, having a large glass fronted fridge stocked with soft drinks in the entrance hall. Traditionally the caves were dug with the entrance hall, and kitchen at the front – one window, one door. ...