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... up the hills to get there, even the tourist information book told you to get the bus and not walk!!)
Ooh forgot to mention when finishing lunch, a crowd gathered outside the restaurant and when we stepped outside, the King of Spain drove past waving at us. Mark wasn’t fast enough with the camera, but the King definitely waved at Penny!
The other thing to mention is that you couldn’t go above 50 metres without a street ...
... if we had stayed up in one of them, we would be in awesome shape just walking the streets.
We walked the promenade when we came back "home" then stopped for the Sunday roast at Johnny Q's Irish bar. Way too much food, but free wine with it, and since Buzz doesn't drink I got two glasses free.
After lunch I needed to walk off that big lunch and I wanted to get my 10,000 steps so I went for another promenade walk while Buzz took his siesta (but ...
Day 2: Got caught up on missed sleep from long day of travel. After a quick breakfast here, went for a walk on the promenade to check out the area. Decided it's a haven for retired Europeans, especially Germans. Not many young people around. Hear German spoken the most, with spanish a close second and smatterings of French and the queen's English also. ...
... At 4:30 we walked up to the hairdresser expecting to make an appointment, but she would do it straight away. Of course it meant I had to go away and have an ice cream while Lesley was sheared. I will spare Lesley the embarrassment of the ins and outs of her half hour in there, suffice it to say that when she came out, but for the lack of colour in her hair, she could have fronted the Small Faces, the Itchycoo Park '60s band. Next ...
... a gruff shout, in Spanish, followed by "not open!" in English. So we hurriedly left, intrigued and mystified, and continued on our way to Marbella.
The drive, through the dramatic Sierra Blanca, was spectacular. We found somewhere to park – expensive, like most things in Marbella – and explored the well-preserved Old Town.
I was keen to visit the Museum of Contemporary Spanish ...