Hotel Lima Marbella
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So today we decided to adventure to Torremelinos (15 miles south of Malaga), again just because we've heard of Brits going there. This time we have no Aires or ACSI campsites so we’re on our own.
Drove through Torremelinos, nothing, then the town becomes Benalmadena where we stopped had coffee (proper Spanish stuff!) and went to the Tourist Information office. No campsites here, back ...
... enjoying being only 100m from the Mediterranean.
Merlene, if you're out there ... please let us know how to get to the place that makes the great paella you mentioned; we'll give it a try!
The drive into Marbella is very pretty, filled with olive trees on almost every hillside. You can tell it's very dry; in fact, one gentleman told us they haven't had rain in 5 months. Everyone in Spain is ...
... to the furthest point at the row end and watched the sun go down from 5pm onwards - armed with wine, beer, sangria whatever was the flavour of the day! We joined Kev on the last day introducing him to an Aperol Spritz (Zoe & Rob Jenkins - colin didn’t quite get his measures correct, using half a bottle in 3 drinks??? with a splash of cava and soda! so I am looking forward to trying the real thing in Italy!)
When I first decided ...
... than snort and fight with the other bulls. But one day, when the bullfighters came to choose the most fiercest bull of all to take to Madrid, poor Ferdinand, who just wanted to sit quietly while the others were trying to impress by pawing their hoofs and jabbing their horns at each other, sat on a bee and acted like anyone would who had just been stung in the rear. The visitors were sure they had found their prize bull and off he went to the bullring. When it was his turn in ...
... not to tarry in Nerja, and after lunch we got on the road again to our next destination, which was southwest of Nerja. Once again, we were pleasantly surprised by our success in following the map and freeway signs, and it was fun to have Fritz and Vienna actively engaged in getting us from place to place.
Though inland, the town of Frigiliana was more picturesque, with whitewashed small buildings marching up steep hillsides, ...