Hotel El Mirador de Rute
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... bikes. Most of them were great. Laurie hasn't had a bike that fit her so well for years! Mine was great as well - light and easy to pedal sitting up or down on the drops. A few of us had some issues - Barbara's bike had weird bars and she couldn't reach the brakes if she was down on the bars. Had to decend in the upright position. Colette also had a pretty far reach - but a shorter stem seemed to help her ...
... police are not letting anyone who is not disembarking in Palermo off the boat. All shore leave has been relinquished.’ We were dutifully informed. The reason was vague, but had something to do with our port of origin being in North Africa.
We had a few Euros, some not so fresh bread, another tin of tuna and a couple of hard boiled eggs. It was going to have to do until we arrived in Civitavecchia. We made do and had enough money to buy a serve ...
... again. Hopefully our paths will cross again.
All was quiet then until January 5th, which is the most important day of Christmas for Spanish children. Christmas is about religion, New Year is about grapes, but the evening of January 5th is Los Tres Reyes, the three kings. It is celebrating a combination of the three kings visiting the nativity scene and Father Christmas bringing the presents. It is the ...
... different woods, creating beautiful patterns. There was so much detail, pattern and colour it was hard to take it all in.
Next day we decided to have a look at a wolf park, just past Antequera but it is closed on a Wednesday. This is on the road to El Torcal, which we were saving for our friend Janice’s visit; arriving Thursday.
Thursday 23rd we set off for Malaga Airport to ...
... westwards across the gateway. There ought to be a fine view eastwards too, towards Maroma, but unfortunately it's completely blotted out by swirling cloud. I'll have to come back on a better day.
There's enough shelter from the wind just below the summit to enable me to eat lunch here, and then it's downwards, going east at first and then doubling back on a lower level towards Ventas. The route finishes with a flat walk along the old ...