Apartamentos Verano Azul

Address: Avda Pescia s/n, Nerja, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29780, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort, located on Avda Pescia s/n, Nerja, is near Caves at Nerja, Nerja Donkey Sanctuary, Torrox Costa Promenade, and Capistrano Playa (Beach).
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    Travel Blogs from Nerja

    Born Genius

    A travel blog entry by martiniadventur on Sep 02, 2014

    ... including a little bit of pity...for no real reason than what great art does to its audience, by speaking to everyone just a little differently. His voice to me was one of a confused ego and identity, an ego we often see celebrities with when they enjoy the success their talent brings them but struggle to deal with the isolation cost the package comes with because few can identify with such a limited definition of who they are as a person. ...

    King Alfonso and King John

    A travel blog entry by mugharrington on Nov 05, 2013

    20 photos

    ... screaming coming from this kid. All the shops seem to have the same touristy, cheesy souvenirs – all the things we don’t need. It was beginning to get dark and we wanted to get back on the road. Once we left the grouping of the original village, the wind about knocked us down. Only a few quick photos and time to go…

    Back to the cozy condo for a dinner of scrambled eggs and jamon Iberico (thanks Club Costa) and more BBC ...


    A travel blog entry by ar1656 on Jul 07, 2013

    1 comment, 193 photos

    ... to live in a country where people don't speak your language or have your same thought process but don't be the American who walks into the cathedral screaming and shouting in English or that random person who cut in front of people in line because they didn't ask if anyone else is in line. Try to acclimate. The people in foreign countries are much more friendly if they can see you trying to learn.
    6. Have your wits. The world is a dangerous place. Be as careful as you can and ...

    The Alhambra in Granada

    A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Feb 05, 2013

    85 photos

    ... silk and other exotic wares). Nowadays, it is a tourist trap with each store selling almost identical, stereotypical , lamps, cushion covers and interior decor from what seems like India and/or Morocco. We soon made our way back to the bus stand and along the way, picked up some freshly fried mini-doughnuts coated in icing sugar. They were fried in the neatest little contraption – batter is squeezed from a silo into a canal of hot oil. The donuts are ...

    The Biggest Ite

    A travel blog entry by nownself on Jun 20, 2012

    4 photos

    This morning before leaving for Granada we went underground to the Nerja caves. The caves are real tourist draw. Lots of school groups and tour groups. Also some very loud Spanish ladies. Our Spanish tour guide thinks that the Spanish don't require cell phones because they can be heard ...