Hospederia Colon Antequera
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... like a few illegal turns) and find an underground car park. Best thing about the underground ones, they have public toilets. We manage to find possibly the last park on the first level and it really is a game of Tetris. Drivers in Spain are horrendous parkers and it's not made any easier by the fact they get away with anything, it just makes them care less about anyone else fitting into a spot and only about as long as they fit. I squeeze it in ...
... the **** they kick up.
Anyway, in Malaga, it’s definitely a tale of two or three cities. On the bus, right up to our stop it did not look pleasant. 5 mins walk from our stop and we’re at the harbour and it’s really nice (now we understand that it’s due to all the cruise ships that dock here), but then round the corner are the beaches and they’re not pleasant at all. Granted it looks like they had the same storm ...
... long decent! Not overly steep - really fun! We cycled up through a small village with a long section of "undulating roads." (We think that might be a British term! :-). Stopped to sample some pomegranates we found in a tree by the side of the road . . And headed off again . Dean said to watch out for a sharp hill with a bend in it - we have learned to watch out when Dean says anything is sharp - that means about 15 percent ...
... br> goes back to prehistoric times. The Romans had a settlement named Antiquira at
the location, and the remains of Roman bath complex were found outside the
Alcazaba. There was even earlier settlement in the area, though. Several
dolmens, stone circles thought to be funerary monuments of high ranking
individuals, dating from 2,000 to 2,500 B.C. are located a short distance
outside the city. They sound interesting but were a ...
... being bright and sunny, we headed out for a hike, high in the mountains northeast of Mijas. We drove through very high mountain ranges, with lots of hairpin curves in the road, prime agricultural land of olives, wheat and beans, avoiding herds of goats and sheep grazing along the edge of the roads. Antequera is the closest town to the park, with its Roman castle still in very good shape, protecting and overlooking the ...