Hotel La Sierra
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... very painful prospect of somehow getting 800 miles up the coast to Nice, where the ship next docks, without clothes or probably much money.
It's very cruel to mock, but let's be honest They've got over six hours ashore, most people made in time, so why not them? But anyway, now you know all about the Malaga Marathon and you also know why I never go ashore when the ship docks.
As a liitle bonus I've added a few extra pictures at the bottom of this page.
... but which I've never visited - made out of a long former line, well over 100km long, between (I think) Jaen and Puente Genil, and now adopted as a "Via Verde" for use by walkers and cyclists. It's nearest point for me is at Lucena, approximately 80 miles from Frigiliana, but it's a place I've never visited, so it should be worth the distance involved.
I've only got some vague information about the exact position of the Via Verde - it ...
... from farther north in Spain who raised the armies in the
royal service to retake the south from the Moors were granted large tracts of
land in the reconquered territories called Latifundias, and the majority of the
conquered population was reduced to a type serfdom on the land that lasted well
into the nineteenth century.
It led to high level of poverty in Andalusia and other
southern parts of Spain that still ...
... wild orchids, but we didn't see any. I looked, but didn't see any fossils. We hiked slowly through the rock strewn paths, not nearly as surefooted at the mountain goats we did see along the way. What a great day we spent in the mountains of El Torcal. If I had to live in Spain, this certainly would be one of my choices - such a perfect mix of agriculture, mountains and vistas, all with the backdrop of the Mediterranean sea.
... magnificent tour of the Malaga area, it was awesome and we all had a ball on the Segway's, the weather was cool but sunny so we were glad we did it here it was well worth it. Malaga is a beautiful city and has some famous history. Pablo Picasso was born here and Paul showed us his house, also Antonio Bandarras is from here and owns a restaurant in town. We saw some ruins that were 11 century and recently discovered, we went to the oldest pub in ...