Kross Hotel Goya
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... takes the A-Team on a different path and we prepare to make our way back with Lyndon. I take a quick look back an watch a young girl on a moped ride across the river and head off up the rocky hill in a t-shirt, shorts and flip flops. Well don't I feel like an amateur.
We ride for another hour or so and the Pink Team all make it back in one piece with no major injuries. After getting out of our protective gear the A-Team arrive and we all have a ...
... built their encampment, and then over the years the Moors built their palace over it. When the Spanish conquered the city, they built their own castle higher above the mountain, overlooking the Moorish palace and the city's old medieval town. After lunch we walked over and looked at the Roman amphitheater, taking some pictures that I will upload later. Entrance was free because it was Easter Sunday. Crowds were very small. Coming out of the amphitheater you take a left and ...
... depicting scenes from the gospels related to the Passion of Christ or the Sorrows of Virgin Mary. Que un experiencia! In addition to taking in the semana santa festivities, I discovered/explored many interesting historical places, took a lot of great pictures, ate a lot of good, greasy food (including boquerones), made some new friends, and of course, spent as much time as possible relaxing on the beach. ...
... up option. Of course this time we hadn’t. The caravan has twin beds, and when Helen stays she sleeps in one of the twins and I sleep on the dining table, (once it has been collapsed to form the base of a bed at the front of the van, that is) in the sleeping bag. Simple solution, Dunnes had king sized duvets going for a song in their sale. One of those wrapped round me would do fine.
Now we were all prepared, all ...
... photo shows the impressive part in the Encielo when the Treno is lifted upwards (arriba) much to the delight of the crowds: guapos, guapos, guapos whilst it is lovingly returned to the various churches in Malaga. The melancholic music is almost as important as the Trenos. Brass bands from all around Malaga accompanied each Procesión. This festival really celebrates the sense of community at the heart of the Spanish culture. ...