Hotel La Casa
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- Free parking
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... had yesterday, but the beach had not been cleaned up as it had at our last stop.
Will judge properly after we’ve toured the old town tomorrow.
Oh, must comment on our morning coffee break, picture attached. Per Penny it was the best dessert she’d ever had and she got 3 for the price of 1 (or so it seemed).
A few more polytunnels on the way, but mainly back to orange trees, even in the city, picture attached.
... two floats and all the associated marchers, but one thing was very different. When each float came out of the church a Flemenco singer (male for Christ's float and female for Mary's) sang a haunting song before the float made its journey around the town.
Between the service and the procession we finally got to eat at a tapas place recommended by both our friends, Diane and Henk and by Rick Steeves. It's away from the hot tourist area and it took ...
... then back again. I took my friend Diane's advice and translated into Spanish what I needed so that I could find it easier But it still took me a long time to find everything.
After a short siesta we went to our local restaurant and had my first café con leche with a side of brandy for 2.50€ while sitting on the promenade. Really? I could get very used to this lifestyle.
On my afternoon walk I stumbled upon ...
... some of which are closed for January and February. However there are enough to give plenty of choice and the German contingent ensures that there are plenty of CAKES! Most have special offers, coffee and cake for €3 or even €2.50, which is just a couple of pounds for a decent coffee and a huge slab of gateau. Or a tub of super ice cream for €2.20. What, ice cream in January? Yes, sitting out on the prom in short ...
... Maybe we’re getting old, but we were much more comfortable in jeans and sweatshirts, although we certainly enjoyed sitting by the sea and eating ice creams – especially as we’d heard there was snow in the UK!
Another trip was to Fuengirola, with its rather tacky seafront, but just a few kilometres inland is Mijas, a whitewashed village of Moorish origin. Perched high above the coast at 1,391 ...