Hotel Finca Eslava
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Beach bum life! Today we spent the entire day on the beach. We rented lounge chairs and umbrellas and relaxed. It was a refreshing day. Jayden, the youngest of the group, went crazy between the beach and pool. It was hard to pull him away to get ready for dinner. It was also Michelle's birthday! The family went out to dinner and ice cream to celebrate. After a few of us went out for birthday drinks. We kept it relatively chill since we have an early morning for a day trip to ...
... Unbelievably quiet though for a town on a Saturday night.We did a circuit of 4 bars and about 6 in each.Adjourned to 5 star accommodation and as usual no sleep problems.
We left around 11 after breakfast and filled up with diesel at €1.05 a litre on the last filling station before Spain. We were held up for a few minutes by an EasyJet plane coming into land. The main road ...
... raised bridges,
probably to enable very gradual inclines and turns needed for hish speed
One of the things I’ve been finding in Spain is that public
transportation connections to smaller places like Antequera are not all that
frequent and often not at the most convenient travel times. It confirms my
feeling that travel outside of big cities or places easily accessed by rail or
bus from them is ...
... So yesterday, being Sunday, we thought we'd saunter 'round the village, giving ourselves lots of time to get to the beautiful local church for Mass at 11:30am. We arrived at the church, and there was a buzz of people inside - so thinking it was just another busload of tourists, we entered, took a seat in the back pew, and 'lo and behold, found out that we were just in time for Communion! Asking a young parishioner, we ...
... is the counterpart to the many examples of mosques built on churches that we saw in Turkey. Here we have the counter example of a church built on the site of a former mosque. It features a mix of several styles, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque. Building began in the 16th century and went on for two centuries. The southern tower was never completed giving the cathedral its nickname, La Manquita (The One-Armed).
Alcazaba, the fortress ...