Royal Costa Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... completed about half the program on Duolingo and have about 800 Spanish words in my vocabulary give or take (the app can tell you all this). I also listened to podcasts by "Notes in Spanish" by Ben and Marina which are also very helpful to learn the important phrases and especially the street talk which I have found you will probably need the most. in addition to this i took about 6 months of Spanish lessons 1 night a week for about 1.5 hours a lesson to try and ...
... lip of the gorge before heading to the bullring a few blocks away. Bullfighting in Ronda takes place in September and probably wouldn't interest us but being in the center of a real bullring was a first for us. The Bullring complex also included a couple of very good museums. The Ronda bullring looked small to us but has seating for 4000. As easy as the drive to Ronda was, the drive back DOWN to the coast was ...
The Costa Del Sol is a long standing favourite of the Brits- from Malaga to Gibraltar, the coast is dotted with resorts- Calle's & Playa's, small towns and large places like Marbella, Malaga, Figuenrola, Torremolinas and others. Now we have spent time here, not sure why some people might be a bit sniffy about this area, its mostly lovely!
Calle Mijas was a favourite and Benejafare too. They are all white washed houses, elegant bays and long, long beaches dotted ...
... got a beautiful panoramic view of the sea and cities dotting the coastline.
The caves #11 were fascinating. They were discovered when an old forge was dismantled. These types of caves were commonly used as stables and store rooms as the temperature remains the same inside the cave all year 'round.
Mijas is a very Catholic town, and we visited two more chapels (#12 and #13), both built in the late ...
... for me first course a local dish salmorejo (cold tomato soup) followed by sweet peppers stuffed with potato and leek wine and coffee included. Out of the back entrance to check out the amphitheatre by the Alcazar, only discovered in 1951?. Raining again so will visit the Alcazar tomorrow. Rain eased so decided to start the town walk , Hans Christian Anderson statue, along the Almeida eventually finding Picasso's montilla from the barrel bar, had to try it, so nice ...