Playacalida Spa Hotel
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Swimming pool
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... that the GPS had directed us through to the parking area. So tight was one area, we had to fold in the mirrors to squeeze between the buildings. Pedestrians were forced to hurry between doorways to make their way up the street and I could have done some drive-by shopping from the car if I'd wanted to. Not the place to be if you are claustrophobic!! After a wonderful day an easy drive back while we planned our next ...
... blog with no idea whether I will ever get it uploaded. Perhaps a trip to McDonalds is called for!
So on Tuesday, armed with all the details of the tickets I had bought (I could not print it out of course and there is not a mobile app) we set off for Granada. It is a lovely run, along the coast for 50km to Motril, then inland around the edge of the Sierra Nevada, climbing up 900 metres or so to Spain’s central plain. ...
... a hairy moment when the Burkemobil got stuck behind a coach wheels spinning as it slid backwards down the steep mountain road it was a lovely day.
There are many interesting places to visit all within an hour or so of Calahonda one of which is the city of Antequera where the nobility settled during the Baroque and Renaissance period which is reflected in the buildings around the city, however, its historical heritage goes back to the Bronze Age. Walking around two ...
... to a little Spanish restaurant outside. Lisa likes to take care of the cats in the area so her and Alex went off to give one of the cats in the area medicine. Peter, Kyla, and I all talked together at the table. As it started to get darker we took the scenic route for our walk home. The little town of Almunecar is just perfect for Peter and Lisa. They can walk everywhere and Espiritu, their dog, is welcome everywhere they go. People come out of their shops to meet him. Espiritu was ...
... stop for a chat. At least they have to put some effort into getting up the hill - it takes some physical strength and a good sense of balance just to keep your bike upright on this terrain. But it's the 4WD people who really brass me off. They look pretty smug driving past in their air-con/heated vehicles while I'm slogging up the hill in this freezing wind. And it's always the blokes who are driving! It makes you wonder what the woman sat next to each of them is thinking. Is she ...