Hotel Los Arcos
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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This morning we are packed up for a boat trip on the Mediterranean Sea leaving from the port at La Caleta between the towns of Torre del Mar and Nerja on the coast of Spain. We drive the winding mountain roads down to the coast through the mountains to the sea. The views all around are stunning along the whole journey that takes about an hour or so. It's not that far but the roads require some slower speeds. The mountains end just at the sea ... reminds us of the coast ...
... Hostals) are simple the quality is good and so it was, excellent coffee and we will return for lunch tomorrow. A gentle stroll to the beach at Maro today in brilliant sunshine with very clear water in which to swim. Enjoying collecting freshly fallen almonds from a couple of nearby trees each day, they are so much nicer straight from the tree. Swimming here at Camping Nerja is excellent this year, never been so good and off we go again in a wee ...
... bus ride to Granada. Granada is known as a huge college town and something that is awesome about Granada is that the Tapas are free. When you go to a bar and order a drink they give you a free plate of food with that drink. When we got to Granada we started walking around some very old parts of the city. There is a very large arabic presence around the city as evidenced by hookah bars on every corner and sand-script ...
... metres. We caught the free shuttle bus to the south only to fin that the train we wanted was actually leaving from the north, contrary to what we were told yesterday. At 11:50 we found our right platform then boarded the train. On the train: The journey was about eight hours, in which I slept, typed up more of my journals, played Plants vs. Zombies and dozed in and out of conciousness. At one point, a few stops before Malaga, we past ...
... at El Granado explained that a big section of the city that we would need to go through was closed because they were building a metro - the building had stopped because of the economic crisis - but the construction site remained. He explained how to get out of the city. Do you remember our entry and the 20 point turn to get the car out of the street where the hotel was? A decision was made that we wouldn't bring the car back into the street so we lugged ...