La Posada del Angel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... beach and dirty area, we’ll move on tomorrow to Marbella and back to the ACSI book.
We did find a new camping book, so we’ve got better choices now and a book on Seville and Andalusia which looks really informative.
Mark would like to mention that he cooked Spanish Chorizo sausage on the BBQ this evening and it was very nice. To be fair we’ve had some ...
... had yesterday, but the beach had not been cleaned up as it had at our last stop.
Will judge properly after we’ve toured the old town tomorrow.
Oh, must comment on our morning coffee break, picture attached. Per Penny it was the best dessert she’d ever had and she got 3 for the price of 1 (or so it seemed).
A few more polytunnels on the way, but mainly back to orange trees, even in the city, picture attached.
... today were just as happy since they could use the time at the restaurant to get prepared. The restaurant is mentioned in Trip Advisor and they are suppose to have great paella and tapas. Went out to dinner last night and saw the 'Rat Pack', Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra and of course Sammy Davis Jr. group that mimicked the famous group. They were very good and I would recommend them as a dinner show anytime. The dinner was great also ...
... time, with lovely mosaics and styled walls, ceiling and floors. I especially admired the doorways and window architecture ... really nice.
It was hot and tiring so I must admit that a few hours had us all done in and we headed back to the ship to drop the exhausted kids in Kids Club (where did all that energy come from kids?) while Ethan and Sandy took in a local restaurant.
Our first day in Europe...delightful and fun.
... are scattered throughout the mountains, making them challenging to get to. The challenge, however, seemed to make them even more inviting than their picturesque settings. They are easy to see from far away with their all-white exteriors and clay-red roofs, but it's hard to drive up the curvy, narrow mountain roads to get to them.
The largest and most accessible is Ronda. It sits atop a rocky perch sliced in two by a river, resulting in a large chasm, 390 feet deep. ...