Hotel Casa Vazquez
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... place. After trying to start the bike for what seemed ages I got to the main gates to catch up with the others on the way to the garage for fuel. Dougie is no longer at Toro Trail and the new guy John was obviously not impressed with my start.
After a couple of miles off-road I stalled again when I had to stop for someone in front and again took ages I get going. I coped with the terrain fine just not the bloody clutch. We all stopped and a met up ...
... the beginning of Semana Santa en Espana (holy week in Spain), which I was told is something not to be missed since it is such a big ordeal in this part of the country. Like many tourists, I was slightly taken aback by the colorful costumes worn by the hundreds of people, both young and old, that I was told by some locals in a coffee shop are supposed to represent Cyprus trees (not KKK), and that this ...
... in Spain. This on is huge, a massive fortification with wonderful Moorish architecture. This is definitely a working mans town. Very different from Seville, not the money that Seville must have had during its construction as the buildings are quite simple.
In front of the Alcazaba is a 1st century Roman theater that seems very well preserved. Malaga is a sea port. Nice walkways along the water and some ...
... plastic surgery….but seriously people…moderation. I’m not opposed to a nip and a tuck, but no frozen face. Just hit me….maybe they’re on this cruise to ease back into society? Perhaps. There he goes again….judgy Jim.
Christopher overheard someone chatting about the bandaged man. His report…..the gentleman had throat/jaw cancer. So sad, and he still smokes like a freaking ...
... you didn't fall out (remember the fiestas, sangria, etc). This wrought iron is ornate, decorative....more than just a safety function. Wooden blinds can be seen behind many of the windows. Many of the tiny balconies have been framed up in wood and glass to provide warmth and it was this that I hadn't seen before.....they just looked really unusual. Gee, I need to get a life!
Mark is way worse than me! He really liked the old ...