Rincon Andaluz Hotel
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... beach and dirty area, we’ll move on tomorrow to Marbella and back to the ACSI book.
We did find a new camping book, so we’ve got better choices now and a book on Seville and Andalusia which looks really informative.
Mark would like to mention that he cooked Spanish Chorizo sausage on the BBQ this evening and it was very nice. To be fair we’ve had some ...
... the Louvre. No organized tour groups….but controlled chaos as you searched area after area using Art History clues to navigate you. We actually learned a lot and saw a ton of the Louvre.
I know that our sophisticated readers (whoever you are) are probably cringing at the thought of us running about the Museum…but I highly recommend seeing art this way. If you’re not an amazingly informed art historian (which we are NOT) then it is a great way to see some ...
... beach restaraunts and some lovely villas. The inland vilages- puebloes can be very picturesque. Perched on hills, or set into the side of mountains. From Valleniza campsite, we could see a snow capped mountain, which is in a national park- this is our barometer, when its clear its a good day, when surrounded by cloud you know rain or cold winds might come. On the other hand, snowing about 20km inland from the beach is no indication of snow on the coast as it never reaches ...
Malaga. I hardly feel that malaga is worth an entry! We were here for less than 15 hours! We had an easy exit from Granada, which was surprising considering the problems we had getting in...this could have something to do with Steph navigating and me in the back seat?! Stopping off at a service station to get a small re fill and of course finally a group photo of us and the car! (Yes, we are doing the Toyota pose...even though it's a VW) ...
We arrived well and fine at Malaga after a night at the airport. It was a good flight, although a little turbulent as there was some crazy wind happening in Spain. Must be that weather from the mountains that the couch surfer warned us about. Our plane landed at 8:30am and on time. The sun was shining as we landed and it looked quite nice outside until we exited the terminal and almost got blown back to Barcelona! It was so windy! The kind of wind that makes it hard to walk in ...
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