La Posada del Angel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... locations. Also, the various addresses we have been given for the villa over the past 6 months have incorporated several of thr geographic and political entities listed above and using the wrong combination or the province for the city or the urbanization for the city, always gave us a wrong result. So if you google: Calle Oviedo 3, Marbella, you get it everytime, and you'll know where we currently call ...
... few minutes away. We made lunch from ingredients we picked up at a convenience store on the way in and then tested the pool and lounge chairs in Spain's Costa del Sol. Later in the afternoon, we made a shopping list, drove to a nearby grocery store and found just about everything we were looking for. Stocked with food and household goods for the next few days, we returned "home". We had a light dinner and settled in for the evening, enjoying our outdoor area as the sun set at 8:40 ...
We visited El Refugio del Burrito, the Donkey Sanctuary at Fuente de Piedra which was huge, 90 donkeys and mules in large paddocks, most rescued from appalling conditions but now well cared for.
The refuge gives riding therapy for children with special needs and is linked with the donkey sanctuary in Sidmouth UK.
They now run another sanctuary near Badajoz in the west of Spain with housing for ...
... Some of the processions have thousands of people walking in them so you might be waiting for an hour to see one of the pasos. The pointy hats are not interesting enough to hold the girls’ attention for an hour! I would have liked to see a procession at night with all of the candles lit, but not enough to set my alarm and go out into extreme crowds by myself in the middle of the night.
The Easter Bunny doesn’t come to Spain, but of course he made ...
... a huge gorge with a stone bridge. We quickly checked into our hotel high on the ridge facing the mountains and then went off to investigate the town. It is a white town on the old side, meaning a Moorish influenced town with its very old churches and white buildings. Over the bridge is the new town, maybe 18th century. Standing on the bridge looking over the gorge on either side are spectacular views. It is so deep and scary ...