Hotel Los Geranios
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... both in and out on our journey so far.
Picked up a local paper at this campsite, very interesting indeed. First thing of note was the write up about the storm earlier in the week, which was apparently the worst they’d had in 20 years. There was a picture of a Beach Bar in Torre del Mar which we walked past whilst they were cleaning up, Penny commented as there were girls in shorts and ...
... was picturesque again the pictures won’t do it justice.
Stopped off for Tapas for lunch, choosing a set menu to make sure we sampled the local stuff and it was really nice, too stuffed to walk again though.
When we did brave walking again, it was to the Castillo, why are they always at the top of massive hills? Penny clearly moaned enough because Mark agreed to a few weeks off from visiting Castles/Forts (suspect it was ...
... the road to the top was anything but spectacular, a bit scary? We then got back down and had fish and chips English style. Except for the view from the top we didn't particularly like Gibraltar. Back On the bus and a two hour drive to Torremolinos. We arrived about 6.30 pm which meant that we had been on the road for 12 hours. We were feeling absolutely bug.....d. We had a lovely surprise when we arrived, Graeme was there to meet us. We had a few words ...
... is the main attraction. They have a full a la carte but also do a fantastic set menu at 22e. It is three courses with about 8 choices per course. Portions are large and the food is just outstanding. I started with an Empenada (beef pie) and black pudding which was delicious. Daisy had deep fried brie with treacle. Then for mains Bob had slow roasted lamb shank which was just amazing, the best ever. Daisy had filet mignon in cream ...
... of in France and Spain, which is surprising being as the French Baguette and the Spanish Barra are the ideal vehicles for transporting cheese from plate to mouth. No, sur le continent they eat cheese as one course of a meal, with a knife and fork. Bread is to be eaten plain, unadorned, or scraped round a plate to soak up the oil and meat juices. Bread can also be toasted and dressed with tomato or a slice of ham or Manchega, but ...