Hotel Los Berchules
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Babysitting service
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... knocking us over, little people, scrabbled around our ankles scooping them up, a brilliant event that our Grandchildren would’ve loved,.
Calamorro Mountain is the highest spot in Benalmadena, 8oo metres above sea level and we took the cable car (of course) to enjoy the panoramic views from the top of the summit, overlooking the Costa Del Sol and the African coast. The Costa Del Sol offers Sunday roasts, big English ...
... short-cut to the orient. And school kids complain about having to learn a couple of hundred years of American h mmmmmmmmyistory in school. I don't think they would like to be responsible for the three or four millennia covered in a Spanish history exam. We returned to town to visit the local giant cathedral which is truly massive. We went in a side door and was very impressed by the high ceilings and the artwork and the gilt altar. While reading about the cathedral interior, ...
... cross. There's a newspaper handout that has a map of the city with each of the crosses identified and located on the map with a reference table describing who did the cross and providing details of the address. It's really only one day of celebration and by noon the city has announced the winners and makeshift signs have gone up saying "1st Prize Terrace This Way!" (but of course in Spanish), although despite the signs and the map I have to admit that the crosses were ...
... no use. The whirling dervish, as my cousin Erica calls it, had started. Had I watched the No Reservations episode on Spain and assumed my eating here would be all coastal cookouts of fresh fish with Anthony Bourdain and Ferran Adria? Of course I had. Had I imagined that I would wander around sun kissed from small café to small café maybe a light glistening of sweat on my skin from the heat, reading, picking up a little Spanish, eating and drinking and ...
... a country to speak a language and learn a culture in a month, and it helped to have some Americans around to miss hamburgers with. We had a great time attempting to participate in La Marcha, tapas, and other Spanish traditions. I'm definitely going to miss everyone!
5. Ana (and Chispe, kind of). Ana is the lady I have been living with in Spain. She is around 65 years old, has 5 grown kids, is divorced, and owns a devil cat named Chispe. Ana has ...