Hotel Cortijo de Salia
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Anyway back on topic. After 4-5 hours of speaking and showing each other travel photos they dropped me all the way home which was really nice. In my spare time (which lets be honest, there is a lot of spare time when you travel) I have started to watch TV in Spanish and really try to understand what they are talking about. I am starting to develop a slight ear for Spanish now even after such a short time, i can now distinguish the words even if i dont know the ...
... to remove the empty plate. Every time a piece of cutlery was dropped (quite frequently, thanks to Lesley’s dyspraxia) there he was with a clean implement almost before the dropped one hit the floor.
There was a mini bus service running from the city centre up to the Alhambra, so we decided to save our legs and joined the old folk and Japanese tourists for the short ride up the hill, reaching the Palace in time for ...
... golden mile' to Marbella town and we stopped for lunch at Victors Beach Bar on the way, Great food in a funky atmosphere, cool music playing from its bar set below the restaraunt with giant bean bag to rest on as you take in the sun, sea and sand. We went here twice, on our own and with my Mum as we really enjoyed it here. The Head Waiter is very cool too, recognising us on our second visit and being very welcoming.
Returning to Villeniza campsite we are biding ...
... walk to the class. As I drove in to the car park, I saw one if the guys from my class. Bearing in mind, we had only been to one session and don't know each other at all and I was harassed as usual by the children before Id left, I was kind of looking forward to the 8 minute walk as a bit of, " me," time. I mistakenly made eye contact with him as I drove in and he was walking out and before I could stop myself, Id waved, which I know then gave him the ...
... for Ian and Jeffrey. With his permission, we share it with you. St John of God died on 8th March 1550. Since then the day has been commemorated in Granada and around the world as St John of God Day. Celebrations often make use of symbols such as his walking crook, simple cloak or worn sandals but, of all the images of St John of God, perhaps the most poignant for me is that of John’s basket. He and the brothers who followed in ...