Hotel Molino del Arco
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... then returned to the car for the drive up to the chapel at the top of the hill. Like most towns in Andalucia the hill was crested by a castle, or Alcazabar, with a mosque. [And unlike most towns in Andalucia the mosque has been converted into a church dedicated to one of the many guises of the Virgin Mary, La Virgen de Gracia, rather than being destroyed completely. The drive up was hairy, a well maintained but mostly single ...
... views back on the town. The drive back along the twisty mountain roads offer spectacular views of the Rock of Gibraltar and the Rif Mountains in Morocco. The sunset near to Pete and Pam's is also a sight to behold and worth stopping the car to get some photos to recall the ...
... pens (for the bulls) and stables (for the horses) and learn a bit more about the rituals of the bull fight. I am happy that we did not witness the real event but it was very interesting to learn about it.
From here we crossed the bridge to the old town and found some of the original walls of the city. We were able to climb along these walls. Brad decided this would be a great place to take a panoramic video. I thought he ...
... girls bathroom that if you have a room next to would be great. My room however is on the opposite side of the building and I have to go quite some distance to get there. I had to go during the night last night and nearly wet myself on the way there. My other complaint is that the WIFI is not working and I do not think that they really care. Several of us have said something to the staff but they usually just say “oh, maybe it will work later” without ...
... the 18th century.
We spent a great afternoon walking around the town taking pictures as well as visiting a quite unusual museum called The Museo Lara. Juan Antonio Lara was a great collector of stuff: from antique clocks and watches and early cameras to inquisition torture instruments. His collection is well displayed.
Our hotel and our room looked out over the rocks high above the valley. We ate dinner out on the deck watching a ...