Rio Real Golf Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... true. I had met a girl on a language learning app that lived in Malaga about 2 weeks before i arrived in Spain and she talked me into coming to Malaga rather than Madrid becasue Malaga is cheaper and more beautiful, also Madrid no hay playas (there are no beaches in Madrid) so i decided to book a flight to Malaga. Once i had arrived I messaged her saying "hey, guess what? Im in Malaga." and she quickly replied "great, are you free tomorrow? ill show you ...
... golden mile' to Marbella town and we stopped for lunch at Victors Beach Bar on the way, Great food in a funky atmosphere, cool music playing from its bar set below the restaraunt with giant bean bag to rest on as you take in the sun, sea and sand. We went here twice, on our own and with my Mum as we really enjoyed it here. The Head Waiter is very cool too, recognising us on our second visit and being very welcoming.
Returning to Villeniza campsite we are biding ...
... offered a free sweet Vermouth as we walked past. We accepted the free drink and sat down, it was full of locals which is always a good sign. We popped of Spanish Rioja cherry here and wow we were instantly in love, our waiter was such a character and brought over gin and tonics to try and nibbles like the best olives I have ever had. We sat down for dinner, they didn't ...
... that flight too was delayed. When we get to Malaga there is no sign of our friend so I call them. John had arrived at the airport on time but didn't realise that we were coming via Barcelona, couldn't see any flights from Venice so had gone home. When I called he was on his way back so eventually we met up successfully. Allstate well that ends ...
Mijas Pueblo is a lovely hiillside town, about 428 metres above sea level, which is still pretty much the same as I remember it when I visited here many years ago; whitewashed houses typical of an Andulusian hillside village, horses and carriages parade the town square, there is a market in the square selling a multitude of reasonable quality souvenirs; donkeys can be hired as well ...