Hotel TRH Paraiso Costa Del Sol
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel TRH Paraiso Costa Del Sol Estepona
Beautiful and friendly place. Nestled right into the heart of the village, with a beautiful pool area and terrace overlooking the meditarranean. Good breakfast, and there is no such thing as a language barrier. All staff could speak Spanish, English, French, German, and other languages. Beautiful stay.
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Morning started out nice and cool and not too early.
We got on the the bus after another nice breakfast by the pool.
We crossed the border into Spain from Portugal and were in the Andalucian region of Spain. After about two hours we stopped at a rest stop where Destiny bought Tikka - a really nice candy bar that is like a mix of …
Apart from a big shopping trip to Banus on Sunday, we have only ventured out the last two mornings.
The first trip was to the Ralli Museum at Coral beach, Marbella, one of five South American museums started by the banker Harry Recanati, to house his extensive collections of Spanish and ...
... kilometres from Estepona.
Estepona - Camping Parque Tropical - 28 Febrero 2015
The week has been very enjoyable if largely uneventful. It's wonderful to have warm sun on my back again and to idly lie outside watching the world go by. Days usually begin around 7.30am. Seņor makes the coffee, Seņora then takes me for a stroll to do the business then it's drag her back at full speed for my breakfast. More coffee for Seņor y Seņora ...
... were finished drinking in the view and enjoying the antics of the native, wild monkeys that live on The Rock we walked down the stairs of death, I mean the mediterranean steps to the bottom. These consisted of steps made of uneven hunks of rock set along the cliff. I was in a skirt and some flat shoes. I was again out voted on the matter, so I had no choice but to follow. On the bright side we had an amazing, un-obstructed view of Africa, we saw the ...
... and barely a Staffie-cross amongst them. Next a trip to Carrefour for provisions. This is like the Polish aisle at Tescos in Cheltenham, but instead exotic sausages, pickled cabbage and pickled cabbage, they have PG Tips, Heinz Beans and Branston Pickle. We did manage to pick up some porridge, which was good, even if they're not Quakers Old Fashioned jumbo oats. We then looked out over the Med (or rather the Alboran Sea - which ...