Hotel San Cristobal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel San Cristobal Marbella
Hotel in a great position plenty of space in the room right on the door step of the Old Town
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Travel Blogs from Marbella
... that has one or on to Fuengirola which has one or you’re best off in Marbella.
Drove through the 7km of beach that is Fuengirola, very nice and instead of the normal boats on roundabouts one here had a herd of elephants (?!?!?, couldn’t get the camera out fast enough!), found the campsite, WOW how expensive????
Stayed anyway, thought we’d stay for the weekend, but ...
... and patient with our Spanglish! One frustrated taxi driver mumbled "muy loco" (we're not sure who he was referring to), and Barry had a mix up ordering a glass of milk and a glass of water -- both came back hot, instead of cold, and at one point the waitress thought he wanted the water and milk mixed together (she had a very strange look on her face). But we're getting better, and I feel pretty confident talking ...
... this blog I assumed I would be telling you about lots of historical facts along the way in our various visited places but I can honestly say in our first 3 weeks we have been climatising! no real sightseeing to note. However, a dab hand at choosing 3 euro bottle’s of white Rioja :-)
In Marbella, our days were filled with morning runs - A route which can only have been planned by colin - up an extremely steep hill , across the top ...
... all the poking and prodding of the picadors and banderilleros and even the matador couldn’t get Ferdinand to fight. He was busy smelling the flowers of all the lovely senoritas who came to watch. So back he went – in shame but alive, to wile away his days happily under the cork tree smelling the flowers. Tonight - a homemade pasta meal of Chorizo, garlic and tomato that surpassed anything we have had so far - we hope to improve upon our gastronomy in the coming days. ...
... filled with planters of brilliant red geraniums, narrow cobblestone streets, and views of chaparral covered hills. The road to get to the town was a happy surprise – the landscape looked like the coastal hills of San Diego, a visual demonstration of why San Diego is said to have a “Mediterranean climate.” The town of Frigiliana was fairly deserted, but we still managed to get turned around and accidentally drove the wrong way on a very ...