- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... it, and on my way I take one of my coolest photo/video clips to date, with the bridge, waterfall and cliffs as a majestic backdrop… then on down until the path stops at a sudden drop before reaching the stream. But there are two girls down at the bottom, so I figure, if they could make it down there, I can! So I recklessly scrabble down it (Only later did I see the rope you’re supposed to use to climb down. And there is the coolest swimming hole you ...
... in plans on this subject. We were supposed to cross to Ceuta but due to storm traffic to this port has been suspended. Instead we will now most likely cross to Tanger. We will see tomorrow how it goes....
One of the teams coming in brought various music instruments and I joined them with my guitar. Although their level was a bit more advanced, I participated where possible and had a good time doing so!
Time to rest. Tomorrow we go to Morocco!
... travelling with old circus lorries, a number of ponies, and, unusually for travellers, English- made caravans.
But enough of the downside. The upside was good. We visited Antequera again, had a coffee in the same little bar as three years ago and visited the museum. This was set in an old palace which had been virtually gutted inside and an incredible structure built within. It must have cost a fortune. Given ...
The train travelled to Ronda where we were taken into town and split into groups. We were with a German & English speaking guide for 8 English speakers and a lot more German speakers. The guide offered exhaustive explanations in German, lasting so long that most of the English speakers wandered off before the guide switched to English.
... old and the new. The two parts are now conveniently joined by the Puente Nuevo, built between 1751 and 1793. An older bridge exists from Moorish times, followed by the "old" bridge built in the 17th century.
We stayed at Hotel San Gabriel in the "ancient" town and fell in love......with the hotel, the other is a given. Beautiful, old world, well maintained, and with incredibly informative, helpful staff. Stayed an extra ...