Playabella Spa Gran Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
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I haven't done much this trip, but walked back and forth to Gibraltar a few times. The city is unique, but mildly expensive food and entertainment. I never did go hunt down the monkeys and I am leaving with £40, that I would like to have used on the top. I didn't feel up to the walk and the lift was closed because of winds today. Next time. Maybe someday when I just want to party I will be back. No tax on liquor makes this a tempting week ...
We drove from the Malaga coast to Ronda, the road which was 1200 meters above sea level and about 1 hour drive inland. The road was steep but very good. Our camper had no problems getting there. The village is very nice and touristy. We looked around and decided to go to one of the famous smaller white villages perched on the side of the hill. The town is Benarraba. We met a ...
... they can be difficult to spot right away and you need to be ready to turn quickly. Luckily, the traffic mentality in Spain is also different than back home. Here, driving does not feel like a competitive sport and other drivers are very forgiving.
Part 3 - Getting out of the city: and our first incorrect exit out of a roundabout. Luckily, there are a LOT of roundabouts and we were able to correct our ...
We discovered another gem whilst we were in Seville – the Archivo de Indias. Imagine seeing documents relating to exploration by the Spanish and the Portuguese such as the Treaty of Tordesillas that split all future discoveries between Spain & Portugal, or letters granting permissions to explore, colonise and enrich Spain, such as letters to explorers like Torres, Magellan, Cortes, Balboa, Diaz, but no mention of James ...
Today was the last day for cycling, and the km were not that many today - 25 km if I remember right. I was used to the cycling by now and knew it would not be that difficult. I had looked at the topographical map in the living room of the Cortijo, and although I misunderstood the road we would be taking, I knew Ronda would be up a long steady hill at the end.
We gathered our stuff and went to check out. I was carrying probably too much stuff (energy bars, ...