Ona Campanario De Calahonda
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Room service
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... locations. Also, the various addresses we have been given for the villa over the past 6 months have incorporated several of thr geographic and political entities listed above and using the wrong combination or the province for the city or the urbanization for the city, always gave us a wrong result. So if you google: Calle Oviedo 3, Marbella, you get it everytime, and you'll know where we currently call ...
... t recognize. Sevilla was the only major city we encountered, but the sparce Sunday morning traffic on the autopistas and autovias didn't slow us a bit as we probably averaged 75 mph for the total 4hr 30 min drive. The terrain was a mixture of flat areas and alternating rolling hills. Eventually, mountains appeared on the horizon and then confronted us head-on as the autopista climbed up several thousand feet and then wound among rugged stone cliffs until we were treated with ...
Today we've been doing the necessary paperwork to cancel my inscription at the Belgian Consulate and simultaneously arranging everything for my friend Luc to be registered and settle down in Andalucia.
After that I went to see 'my' doctor in Nerja, Dr. Rik Heymans, to get my right elbow treated. He took out many cc's of blood, gave me ...
... the railroad platform past our table. They use this platform as a walking area and meeting place for their evening stroll since it's flat unlike most of the town of Arriate. It offered an opportunity to say "Hola!" as they strolled. In southern Spain they talk faster and shorten their words, so a simple 'hola' was about all we could manage. The views from the restaurant are again, stunning! Frank, spent a good part of our meal visiting ...
The next morning we set out for the Cueva del Pilates winding our way up onto ever smaller roads as we neared the caves. These caves house the best collection of Palaeolithic cave paintings in Spain. The access is very limited to 25 people on a tour about 4 times a day. Conservation of what is here is extremely important to them - no lights other than their flashlight lamps, no photos and if they could do it, no breathing as the carbon dioxide ...