Hotel Monarque Fuengirola Park
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... that has one or on to Fuengirola which has one or you’re best off in Marbella.
Drove through the 7km of beach that is Fuengirola, very nice and instead of the normal boats on roundabouts one here had a herd of elephants (?!?!?, couldn’t get the camera out fast enough!), found the campsite, WOW how expensive????
Stayed anyway, thought we’d stay for the weekend, but ...
Well todays campsite is different. It's out of the Aires book, which is 'cheap’ or free ‘parking’. Actually there are no ACSI campsites in Malaga and this one is a storage facility, so we thought we’d feel safe, and we do.
However, the walk to the bus stop is another story. Do not return in the dark and it’s best to jog the 300m, there’s no path and it’s really busy, the lorries passing really hurt ...
... t the time for him to have a problem. He was marvelous. We made it up to the house and onto the small but flat parking area and the track continued up on its 45 degrees rise to three other residences. When we were greeted by David and Jacquie they quickly realized that I didn't share their enthusiasm for the ride. Don just kept his counsel. We unloaded the car, drank a bottle of wine while looking at the scenery and ...
06 Nov 2013 Wednesday
We didn't do anything today except eat lunch, organize our suitcase and lay about. John did take a walk down to the beach. There is a tunnel so you don't have to cross the busy highway. Some of his photos are included here. Our friends Jon and Sarah Matonis live about an hour or so from here and they were kind enough to allow us to store an extra bag at their home while we venture ...
... the coast and up in to the hillsides. Layer upon layer and tower block next to tower block of white, pink, yellow and terracotta accommodation, like a roughly designed Legoland greeted us as we drove on. Colourful, high billboards lined the roads, advertising Apartments for sale or rent, Hotels, Golf courses, the African Zoo, Dolphin land, a Butterfly park, Shopping centres and other less savoury things. We had programmed Irish Sally to take us to Cabo Pino, a campsite we ...