Hotel El Molino del Puente
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Thursday 18 June
After someprovisioning we left the marina and headed east. We ended upanchoring east of Malaga. There was a bit of swell so the flopperstopper was out and we tried another anchoring technique which should in theory keep us facing the swell. As there was very little to no,
wind it didn't.
Friday 19 June
After a not sopleasant nights sleep – we've had worse but this was just theoccasional ...
... I told Buzz we're doing it all wrong....so today we went to our little tapas bar in our building, sat at the bar, ordered a drink and they gave us a tapas, just like our guide book said they'd do....the meat was tough but we were happy that our new approach worked. We then ordered a couple more tapas and they gave us another one along with a round of free drinks. And here's the ...
... br> Our guide is very,
As it just begun,
to start raining,
It gets better,
as it gets wetter,
And the thrill of the 'Alhamb-era' is waning...
Take me home,
..I hate Alhambra,
Take me home,
..just leave Granada,
Take me where,
the sun does shine...
and Life is good and I feel happy all the time...
... is remarkable is that this palace grew to be one of the most iconic buildings of the Moorish Arabic empire. The Moors continued to rule from this kingdom for another 200 years, until finally, the Catholic Monarch overthrew them and took control of the palace in 1492. As with other cathedrals we have seen in Seville and Cordoba, the Alhambra today is a fusion of the old Arabic and Catholic art and architecture. Charles V added a new palace to the grounds built in ...
... and ordered finally what everyone seemed to be having. Tall glass, lots of ice, a restaurant-made dark vermouth and lemon slice. A gent next to us gave the surly waiter dickens about being slow and 'where's their free tapas?' he said, I think. We duly got bread plates of paella and eventually snaffled a table. The place kept on filling despite the turn over. We met English-speaking Carmen from Barcelona and chatted through the crowd. She insisted we ...