Hotel Silken Puerta Malaga
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Standard rooms. Extensive breakfast serving prosecco on weekends.
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... both in and out on our journey so far.
Picked up a local paper at this campsite, very interesting indeed. First thing of note was the write up about the storm earlier in the week, which was apparently the worst they’d had in 20 years. There was a picture of a Beach Bar in Torre del Mar which we walked past whilst they were cleaning up, Penny commented as there were girls in shorts and ...
... a long walk on the beautiful seawall stretching from our hotel to the downtown area - stopping along the way to check out the outdoor gym - pretty cool that they have workout equipment beachside for everyone to use! We left Malaga around 10:30, our next destination Roquetas de Mar on the south east coast of Spain. We were very surprised at the acres and acres of greenhouses as we entered the province of Almeria. At first we were unsure what they were, just miles ...
... for the rest of the afternoon. A climb up to the interesting Castillo de Gibralfaro which sits on a high hill overlooking Malaga city and port, and dates back to the 10th century, followed by some time at the Picasso museum. We think we are finally beginning to understand what Picasso was trying to do but can't yet say we are in love with it!!!!!!!! Malaga is not as pretty as some of the other towns and not as touristy. It's beaches remind me of NZ's with ...
We were determined to start the drive out of Granada before the townsfolk got up and around...by 9am! The hills are steep, and the streets are narrow, and adding traffic and pedestrians to that mix is tough on this Americano driver with a stick shift! We took the recommended route offered by our hotelier and made it through the old town and onto the Autovia (highway) without incident. The majority of our journey was in the high mountains where there is ...
... the car park, there's a snag - I've forgotten my bloody boots! What a pillock! I can't be bothered to drive back to Frigiliana to fetch them, so it's going to be a case of walking in sandals today. This entails an change of route. The Molinero is far too steep and rough to be viable in sandals, but the track from the Cueva to the Pinarillo Picnic Area and beyond is motorable, and ought to be walkable for me today.
Motorable, but not today. ...