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Travel Blogs from Marbella

Riding With Bob And Sini Through White Villages

A travel blog entry by sini2014

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... We got back to the apartment changed and had dinner with a couple of glasses of wine, a really lovely end to an absolutely brilliant day.

I would never have done this day if not for Bob and Sini and was treated to the best days riding I have ever had. It was immensely enjoyable and full of learning and improvement in my riding, a day like this is always good but was perfected by being in such great company. Thanks a million guys!




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Sierra de las Nieves and Sierra de Grazalema

A travel blog entry by sharon.bolton

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... They have pretty much hiked the entire US and and much of Germany. Richard RUNS 8ks every morning. He did that prior to our first walk which was 8ks along a river. It wasn't too hard but probably the longest I have ever walked at once. Paul dropped us at one end and met us at the other. The cafe at the end of the walk was meant to provide us with sustenance but being typically Spanish just decided to close. So we had a beer and packets of chips at ...

How about Malaga next week ?

A travel blog entry by gings2014

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... 8217;s old stomping ground, and then went on to one of the only remaining Roman ruins in Andalucía, El Teatro Romano- the Roman Ampitheatre. Jane then treated us to a long lunch in the square where needless to say we enjoyed a few vino tintos and one or two cervezas . We parted in the mid afternoon as Sue and Jane went to the Picasso Museum. It’s ...

Wednesday 23 - Saturday 26 January

A travel blog entry by jaq-wil

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... white with Leslie Howard. I've not long since read the play. The film was pleasantly true to the original and very entertaining. (I'm sure that the bloke playing Eliza's dad was the Wizard of Oz . . Wilfred Lawson was his name . . I must remember to look him up.)

January 25. Friday

We had a lay-in with a cuppa before getting up around 9 am. It was an overcast morning but not especially cold. We decided to take a drive ...

Travelling Down the Spanish Coast

A travel blog entry by richardsons

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... Granada. Granda was historically a Muslim capital and the architecture certainly proves that. We visited Alhambra – which is a fortress, palace and gardens that date from the 11th to the 13th centuries.

After our bit of history and culture we headed to our hotel in town and then went walking in search of tapas and sangria – and we weren't disappointed. For a Monday night this city was going off. People ...

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