Hotel Cortijo Bravo
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I head on into the business center of the city, which isn’t all that big, but fairly cosmopolitan with Latin Americans and Moroccan ladies wearing djellabas. With my feet very sore, I’m quite happy to call my Superhike finished and catch a bus from here, but there the buses heading farther east don’t stop here, they stop at the other station down on the coast. So I figure I should go ahead and bring this Superhike “full circle” and end it ...
Laguna Playa camping. - enjoying a last afternoon and evening in the heat and sunshine of Velez Malaga before beginning the long trek home. Missing home too even though it is raining there, we have memories of sunshine and strawberries from the garden before we left for this ...
With rain last night, fortunately forecast so we were prepared, we organised things to avoid all our stuff getting soaked last night and planned today's shopping at El Ingenio. In MacDonald's just now for internet and a lunch, a rare event here lunch and wifi now as wifi is so easy to obtain in Spain! November 5th, decided to travel back from today so doing our last shop in Velez Malaga, staying overnight at Torre Del Mar and then off tomorrow ...
... trip into Nerja after a shop at Supersol, a much improved shop after new competition nearby! Then into town and to La Ermita, still a bit scruffy, but low priced beer, no tapas though and a bit rude!! Back along the road to lunch at the cliff top just past Campong Nrja and then a drive to the Cueve de Nerja and we parked and walked along the track to the 'picnic area'. All very ...
... photo shows the impressive part in the Encielo when the Treno is lifted upwards (arriba) much to the delight of the crowds: guapos, guapos, guapos whilst it is lovingly returned to the various churches in Malaga. The melancholic music is almost as important as the Trenos. Brass bands from all around Malaga accompanied each Procesión. This festival really celebrates the sense of community at the heart of the Spanish culture. ...