Los Amigos Beach Club
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today, Monday, its suppose to be partly cloudy so is probably like every other day since we've been here. No rain since we have been here but we have had cloudy mornings. Shortly we will take a taxi into the town of Fuengirola. It's just about five miles down the highway but we feel if we walk we don't know the way or we could get turned around. Its hilly here! We went to 'Vam Fass' this morning. Believe it or not, the owners are from Montreal Canada. They left Canada because ...
... we have ever seen. I had fettuccini with porcini and Joy had a Veal Marsala which was also great, one thing I have to say is that the food is fantastic. During the dinner, about 8:30 a sax player did a set of smooth jazz for at least an hour. He was incredible and it was nice to have a romantic dinner with a saxophone playing in the backgriond. The sax player did all the old songs Englebert etc. He played to the crowd ...
... but switched to a fish I had not tried before. It was great and substantial. After we ate our main meal I heard a lady and her daughter say it was cold where she, the daughter, came from (daughter is 58 years old and lady is about 80). The short version is that the daughter is from Toronto and has a 25 year old daughter herself, no mention of a husband. The mother lived in Zimbabwe and serval other locations around the world, ...
... to sunset. Beaches have resturants and kiosks every 200 m from fresh seafood to ice cream and of course tapas. Young and old, fat and skinny no matter they all enjoy the beach. Topless is their right so many do! A walk into the old centre is a great 15/20 min stroll. To the marina add another 10min. Marina has a mix of restaurants, bars, tour boats and shops. While here michael needs a visit to the Doctor to check up on another ear infection except this time it's closed over. So ...
... everywhere was amazing. Mom was in search of Olive oil because we didn't get to visit any olive orchards . We had an enjoyable lunch on the balcony of Restaurante la Reja . Olives as usual were fine. I had Iberian stew which is a traditional dish from the region. We had plans to hike up the hill but never made it that far. I bought a beautiful pot to hang on our wall by our courtyard in the front . We returned back to b and b just in time to enjoy the amazing sunset ...