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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Once at the top next to the entrance to the castle we saw that there was a road there, with public bus service. Yes we felt just like we felt when we saw the elevator. We are the dumbest tourist in Spain. Entrance to the castle was free, again thanks to Easter Sunday. The castle itself is rather small, entirely designed for military use. Actually wasn't that impressive at all, it's main feature is its view. If you come to the city I would consider skipping it. We decided ...
This is our last day here in Costa Torrox so we played tennis for the last time and bid farewell to our German friends, Ingrid and Robert. They provided us some good matches and some German lessons to boot.
We went into Nerja to experience Good Friday services and the associated procession. Since it's a service we go to only once a year it was difficult to follow in Spanish. After experiencing the Malaga processions this one seemed so small, they ...
... Sea, just east of the Straight of Gibraltar and north of Africa, making a very different city than any I had visited thus far. The first thing we did was take a nice stroll through the old part of the city which is comprised of a complicated maze of narrow streets and alleyways lined with tiendas, small cafes y muchas restaurantes! After enjoying a small desayuna (breakfast) of café con leche, ...
... no rhyme or reason to the store's setup that I could discern. Plus I walked up to the store without any money on me, just a credit card, and the first thing I encountered was the need for .50€ to lock up my wheeled cart (provided in apartment) while I shopped and an additional 1€ for getting a store's shopping cart. Both are refundable when items are returned but since I had no cash I had to walk back to ...
... the site entrance and knows everyone as they come and go. If I am still caravanning when I am 86 I will be a very happy man. Well done JD.
Torrox Costa is a pretty ordinary sort of resort, too. Not overdeveloped, but nothing special. It has a nice promenade, the usual hotel and apartment blocks, a great number of expat Brits and Germans.
The promenade is lined with bars, ice cream parlours and restaurants of ...