Hotel Claude Marbella
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... beach and dirty area, we’ll move on tomorrow to Marbella and back to the ACSI book.
We did find a new camping book, so we’ve got better choices now and a book on Seville and Andalusia which looks really informative.
Mark would like to mention that he cooked Spanish Chorizo sausage on the BBQ this evening and it was very nice. To be fair we’ve had some ...
This is how you finish up a vacation! - Sleep in - Take Samantha to the Kids' Club and Alex to the beach (because he wants to look for more shells) - Finish writing all your blog posts - Get a full body massage from the nice Thai lady at the beach (good job, Kristi!) - Get creative with the food ...
... us from just outside the campsite gates into the city. We arrived, and everything seemed normal. We set up for the night, worked out how to get into Lisboa, and noted all the caravans and luxury cars with occupants with thick Irish accents - Gypsies. Never seen or expected travellers to be on a campsite, let alone one in Portugal. Great, Lindsay thought, it will be like watch an episode of My big fat gypsies wedding. . . Well not really. The only part that was similar was the ...
... tropical gardens and wonderful displays of colourful bourgainvillea in shades of pinks, reds and mauves lining the dusty roadside. The campsite is well situated with a short walk to the lovely beach and Andy's beach bar. Some very nice cabins on site worthy of consideration if we decide not to bring the campervan next year. An ignition fault when we arrived on site was nearly the last staw in a string of events that have overall cost a fortune in keeping ...
... stunning deep, narrow gorge that splits the town in two. A couple of bridges (the ‘new’ bridge dating 1751 and the ‘old bridge’ – even older) span the gorge, bridging the old Moorish town with the newer Christian digs on the other side. Ronda doesn’t disappoint on ambience – narrow winding cobblestoned lanes, Moorish architecture competing with Christian, tapas bars and lively plazas that serve as living rooms for the locals and tourists ...