Barcelo La Bobadilla
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
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... it must be around 40C in the sun. If the outward trip was slow, then the return journey is even slower, with longer stops under the trees. By the time I'm back at the car, I'm knackered, although I've only done 4.4km.
An 80 mile drive for a short walk behind some factories? Was it worth it? Yes, actually, as this was a chance to see a new area, and to think about coming back for a longer walk when I'm fitter and when the temperature is a lot ...
... to travelling in Latin America. The food is delightful, as are the people.
Our three charges had very individual and strikingly different personalities.
Jin-Ji, he is the big boy of the group and at 6kgs won the affectionate nickname of Fat-Boy Slim. He loves a cuddle on his terms, enjoys finding the highest spot in the room to survey the goings on and wanders about the property as lord and master.
Popsie almost immediately fell ...
We had a lovely few days with our friends Michael and Linda ( she is also our house, garden and post monitor extrordinaire) . They arrived just over a week ago, on Sunday morning.
Just before we popped out for lunch in the square we stood on the downstairs balcony soaking up the fabulous view and pointing out various landmarks such as 'possessed dog village' and the mountain we haven't climbed . We noticed a small ...
... bus to sit in the sun.
We made a picnic lunch on Sa***************ed for Ronda. We found a car park and walked down a main shopping street. We have been to Ronda about 8 years ago and neither of us could remember walking though the shopping district. We asked a policeman (as you do) and found all we had to do was walk to the bottom of the hill. There we found the tourist office, which provided us with a map. ...
... But the views are splendid nevertheless and the weather is superb - not a cloud in the sky, though cold enough to be wearing a cagoule (and by the standards of southern Spain, that's pretty cold!). By the time I get to the Collado de Carneros, it's time to start breaking into my lunch box.
The Collado is the lowest point between Cerro Puerto and Malascamas. It's at about 1500m, about 800m above the Fabrica, and today it's where I get to the snow line. It's also where a ...