Hotel Zenit Malaga
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- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Yesterday we packed up and left Granada to drive to Malaga. We took a detour to a town at the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, driving through Lanjaron and Orgiva to get to Pampaneira. Pampaneira is a white town high up in the hills of the Sierra Nevada, the views of the mountains were amazing. Unfortunately the village is very touristy, a problem I've encountered throughout most ...
... t say enough about it. The greatest unexpected thing about the school is that it has a special education program that we may consider for Quinn. We will see what the fall brings. Hagan is all signed up (he did really well on his entrance examinations) and Quinn will do some visitation days and some testing in the fall and see if it is a good fit.
So it was an amazingly successful trip with finding a fantastic school!
Seriously, we aren’t just saying - ...
... I minded. The pit stop at the hostel turned into a diversion of 'small talk' (cough, cough). I also received some travel advice there about nearby cities like Marbella. What was the most pressing question at the hostel? "Do you know how worn your shoes are?" I laugh every time I think about this question! After much distraction, dinner call had already passed and I was still yearning for another meal. When it's close to midnight in Málaga, options are limited. We wound ...
... tea and several pastries each day, and we had to compensate back to a more savory, healthier diet here in Spain! Have started the windows - all ground floor windows scraped, sanded and pesticide treated. I might take a couple of days now to tackle the TEFL. 7 April 2014 I think I killed a puppy. My chance of getting into heaven has diminished even further. I left the tin of pesticide (for busting bugs out ...
... Prieto thought two dimensional rather than billboard and sketched a silhouette of a bull with the word "Osborne" across it.
Some 500 Osborne bulls suddenly appeared all over Spain on the tops of hills or in the middle of flat plains where they could be seen for miles around. Each used 50kg of black paint and 1000 rivets; these things were 14 metres high and weighed 4 tonnes! They were a massive hit with the Spanish ...