Hotel La Chancla
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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 ...
... until April 4th and we were gone by then. We will have to pick a dancer at another venue. We didn't have time in Madrid and that was the place we should have seen them. We will probably have a harder time to find one away from a big centre. Sunday was laundry day. While the laundry was drying we took a walk around the neighbour hood, streets we have not been on before and of course, more hills. One thing is sure and ...
... of water and a small backpack. We than went to 'David Bar' where I had to take back my wine because of a glass with lip marks. We drank our wines, and will never go back. Got some take out menus from restaurants, all check out on trip advisor, and walked back to the condo. We are now having a martini and we will have a pizza and tapas later. Friday we slept in, had a leisurely breakfast and shower and then went for a walk. There is ...
... center was nice and bright, with a beach full of sunbathers to one side. Earl scanned the sand for bathing suits (or lack thereof).
The term 'white city' is due to the endless pedestrian walkways being made of white marble blocks. In the sun, you are squinting on the brightness of this white marble and it's tiring. We walked to the outer rim of the city center, passing yet another Roman amphitheater (they got around) and onto to the ...
... as I really like going on boats as well. The weather was perfect so everyone enjoyed themselves, relaxing after a not-so-tiring bike ride. :P
One of the first places we stopped at was the Alcazaba ruins near the city centre. Right next to it but further up on the hill is the Gibralfaro castle. We went and visited the Alcazaba on our 4th (and last) day in Spain but went up to the Gibralfaro castle during the evening after our bike tour. ...