Hotel Los Castanos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we visited Gibraltar. We were really glad to have the opportunity to go but thought the place "tacky" and would not go again. Worth a visit for the experience. We saw some Barbary Apes and a cave which is used for concerts. We had some rain today but it was quite humid. The drive there and back was eerie in the mist and we saw many opulent houses on the way. Lots of duty free and British shops and F and C everywhere! We will be sorry to leave Ronda ...
... are connected to bullfighting). Among the younger generation, interest is minimal. Spanish citizens are far more hooked on their beloved football teams. We spent our remaining hours in Ronda wandering about the Moorish quarter, looking at historic buildings and churches, before hopping on the bus bound for Arcos. I was disappointed because the clocks had been turned back the night before, and I was worried that it might be dark during our 1.5 hr bus ...
... took and some of the places in Seville we went too. Saturday, today we booked our next tours on Tuesday, a tour to Ronda, Marbella and Porto Banus. We will probably wait for the Córdoba tour till next week and Gibraltar but will play it by what is available. This afternoon we tried a new place to have what we call lunch, at Pepe's we had a glass of wine each along with I bowl of 'chicken paella' each, we can't say we didn't enjoy. It may ...
Feeling a little overwhelmed after packing up all our lives again and saying goodbye to loved ones... We are flying to Nottingham today to spend a few day with our nearest and dearest there, before going to the wedding of our dear friend Neil. We will update from ...
... but good memories of the helpfulness of the locals. On the tollroad between Chaves and Porto, we encountered our first manned toll-booth and shelled out about 11 Euros for a short distance (10kms or so)! After that, we collected our tickets from the booths but just pretended we didn't know the difference at the other end and went through the electronic lanes! In all, we saved something like 75 Euros because we were a Class 2 vehicle (more than 1.1m high)! ...