Hotel El Molino del Puente
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... just brilliant.
We then found our hotel and then proceeded to wander around the city center. We found
some really nice bars including one where a Ska band were playing outside.
Monday 22 June
In the morning
wandered around the town some more especially taking in Santemonte.
The bus ride back
took an alternative route which allowed us to see a lot more of the
The sun is back shining brightly on everyone walking the promenade. The fishermen are out fishing, the men are back playing Spanish bocce ball, the sunbathers are out again, the kids are shooting hoop, the vendors are selling...all is right with the Torrox Costa world.
Buzz and I drove over to the Nerja caves founded in 1959 by 5 brothers who ventured down a sink hole. Can you even imagine that? Though not as ...
... mins later to say he wouldn't stop crying and could we go and get him, at this point Gareth appeared to have tears in his eyes. We were terrified! So much for strolling hand in hand around town sipping latte's. We pegged it back to Snoopy's and could hear Lewis roaring from 100 metres away. Snoopy's were apologetic, we will try again tomorrow they said. We tried every day this week and it was the same every day. When I arrived to collect him on Friday, he was lay ...
... reading the tour guide book on Alhambra. Some stories were pretty funny. First of all when the Muslim king was forced out of Alhambra after the Reconquista he apparently shed a few tears. His mom looked at him and said “Don’t weep like a girl for something you could not defend like a man”. Possibly a four degree burn for that. Also one Muslim king married twice and killed all the relatives of the first wife and piled their heads on one ...
... ceramic tiles, carved wood ceilings, stained glass roofs, ornate, colourful stalactites, scalloping, carvings and gardens with water flowing and fountains everywhere. One can almost imagine the Sultans holding court here in the 14th C Nazaries Palace, reclining on pillows smoking hookah pipes and eating figs and dates!
We learned several bits of trivia as we travelled around the Nazaries ...