Hotel Roc Lago Rojo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... Day 2 of Malaga in summary – nuts and hills
Glorious day and for us a touristy one. Picked up a very helpful guide from the tourist information shop. Made our way round the old town going in the Cathedral, Alcazaba and Castillo, meeting the King on the way.
The Cathedral was beautiful, we’ve taken some photos but they won’t do it justice.
The Alcazaba was different, a bit touristy probably. The plaza ...
... as a result of the many petitions of the villagers. It is still an active bullring, with bullfights starting after Easter. Just watch out when they start serving Ox-tail soup at the local restaurants.
The Parish Church (#9) was finished in 1631, and was used by villagers in case of an attack. It's built just behind #10, the remains of old fortress walls, also used for protection from invaders from the sea. ...
... Point. Up to St Michael's Cave. Ape den to see the monkeys. Drive through streets of Gibraltar. Very narrow. Funny accents with mixture of English & Spanish. Walk back Drive Alonso Costa Del Sol to Torremolinos. Pretty scenery but with many development sites gone bust along the way. Hotel on the beach with view of Mediterranean & sound of waves. Dinner at El Valero on the beach. Walk around town to explore. Up hill to wander through main town. Lots of ...
... When Sandra returned we all headed off to Fuengirola, parking near the Mosque and slowly ambling our way to the Plaza. We stopped at a delightful little square courtyard enclosed by flats, with a couple of bars/restaurants at ground level and we had a drink and a tapa that we were intrigued by. It was called a croquette de choco but turned out to contain a dark coloured fish paste, we thing the choco described the colour not the contents. The place was full ...