AGH Estepona Hotel & Spa
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... out high up the cliff. You continue on through a rather generic section of apartment blocks before you follow a pathway that tunnels through the old wall and takes you into the heart of “Old Gibraltar”. This area is pretty packed with tourist and has a rather artificial feel-- but it’s a pleasant change from comparatively dour cities like La Linea and Algeciras on the other side. The combination of sort of storybook style architecture and ...
... crossing and arrived to a wet Bilbao, well more a mist than rain. We set off at about 8:30 and after a few miles decided to put on the rain gear, after a few more miles we took it off again. I had set the sat nav to avoid motorways and toll roads and we were heading to Eteponia via Burgos, Avila, and Córdoba. We covered close to 400 miles on the first day on some of the best roads I have ridden, twisty undulating mountain roads with little or no traffic. As the day progressed it ...
... Instead I went right to a pub to get a beer and some English food...it was just what I needed. I took a nasty spill on the wet pavement as I approached the bus. I guess I didn't see the curb and went down very hard.and as it was raining I ended up in a puddle, but was helped up very quickly by the bus driver. My heavy pack back went flying. It was more embarrassing than anything. My only injuries were a bruised and bloody knee and finger. Thank goodness.
I walked ...
... cost of a locksmith, we tipped him handsomely. But, when we were back inside, our enthusiasm for the long walk had waned. First, we both rushed to the bathrooms because the long morning away from facilities had been most uncomfortable! Then, we had a long-awaited lunch. And then, we rolled out the shade on the balcony and reclined on our lounge chairs while we read and napped to the sound of the surf! Not a bad day, after ...
... before we head for Turkey. We are no longer going to Istanbul, instead we will be stopping at Antalya and Kusadasi, both in Turkey. It is to dangerous in Istanbul and none of us are allowed to travel to the city.