Hotel Linda Marbella
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... and so we just had to have a look at it.
Smaller than the one we saw in Uruguay, this one had more emphasis on local artists like Salvador Dali, and I have attached photos of a couple of the many original Dali pieces held here.
The other outing was this morning, along Spain's so called Golden Mile, ...
... same wherever you are.
When a ship docks all passengers will be given a time by which they must be back on board. This time is very clearly displayed as you exit and no one has an excuse for being late. But fortunately some people think it does not apply to them, or they misjudge the amount of time needed to return to the ship from wherever they are. And thus starts the Malaga Marathon.
The rules for spectators are very simple. Place yourself in a ...
... hanging off a massive gorge with an old bridge as the main event.
It is AMAZING, so large and high and the views from every direction are breathtaking.
One could stare at the view for hours (if you didn't have 3 kids).
So we climbed down into the gorge, around the gorge, over the bridge, under the bridge, beside the bridge and were able to see the bridge and views from every direction.
... 8216;services’! I could use his wi-fi when he wasn’t on it - he only used it for internet banking at 10pm each night??? I think we can safely say banking was an ‘assumed name’ for it! Kev, also let us plug in to his 5 foot satellite dish and lent us a digi box so we could get UK TV for a whole week - you know Colin doesn’t like to miss his soaps! with over a 1000 tv channels to choose from I selected Kevs ...
... help preserve the sites, so this was a very special place for us to have the opportunity to see.
The drive out to the cave was through more beautiful countryside, with large limestone formations jutting high above the rolling pastures, filled with goats and olive groves. There are about 22 small "white hill towns" of Andalusia, and they pop up every now and then against a mountain, blinding ...