Pinomar Playa Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Marbella
... strop after our first stop at the reservoir because we were meant to get Breakfast at our first stop! But due to the language barrier we had our breakfast on the last stop at the citrus farm! Bit tricky!, we had freshly squeezed orange juice, homemade bread with fresh marmalade and a pork terrine spread. Was yummy even if it was 1pm! The orchard owner was a real character, had an old vest on like Craig's Drizabone ...
... to the final step in the process of winning the jackpot. And won it. But now it was reset to $1000. With the additional amount in the bonus, I cashed $1300. A far cry from the $4600 but again, such is life.
By the time I left the casino, it was storming outside as we heading into wind gusts that topped 71 mph! Attempting to walk was crazy as the ship would drop and ...
... the old and new in this city was amazing. This is the birthplace of Picasso.
The port and dock area is unbelievable vast. Very modern dockage with a lighthouse in the middle. The walkway to the city is lined with shopping, coffee shops, and restaurants. We walked to the lighthouse and found a "Hop on Hop off" bus. Perfect. We only had the morning before we needed to be back to the ship to board our tour bus for our afternoon ...
... around and then decided to see the Castillo de Colomores or the Colomores Castle. It’s not really a castle but a monument built as a tribute for Christopher Columbus. The architecture of the monument is very interesting as it seems to be an amalgamation of various architectural styles that had an influence on Spain- Arabic, Gothic, and Romanesque. It’s a small structure can be explored in a half hour and lots of fun for kids ...
... tourist sites including a crazy tram ride, the Baixa district, the Museu do Azulejo (tile museum), Monsteiro dos Jeronimos, Belem Tower, St George's castle and a really interesting look at work by a Portuguese artist (Joana Vasconcelos), being held at the Palacio Nacional Da Ajuda. This was probably the highlight of the town. A really interesting, and feminine, expression of modern art housed in an old Royal Palace. Highlights were the pink blinged out helicopter, saucepan ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility