Hotel El Mirador de Rute
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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I've been out of action for several months with a serious back problem and am only just getting back into a bit of gentle walking, over very short distances. At the moment, it helps considerably if I'm walking on the flat rather than up or downhill. That rules out a lot of the walks around Frigiliana, but what could be better than walking on an old railway track? No chance of a serious gradient there ....
It's a railway walk I've heard quite a ...
... heaps of churches/cathedrals, castles and great food. Many of the churches/cathedrals are converted mosques. The history is incredible (if I could just remember it!!). Have been to Córdoba, Granada, Malaga and Ronda, with many other sites on the way. Tomorrow is Seville then back to Malaga the following day to get train to Valencia. So many castles and cathedrals with history from BC. We are ensuring we sample lots of local ...
We did manage to sort the telly out, after a fashion. Because most of our pitches have been under trees the satellite dish has not yet functioned as it should, but the pitches here at El Pinar, as well as having electric and water, also have a TV aerial socket. I had bought a long lead with me, just in case, but of course it was not long enough. I visited an electric shop in Barbate, took my lead in and ...
There are a few waymarks for the GR249 Gran Senda de Malaga footpath which passes through here, but I lose track of them in the village and am soon wandering cluelessly along the road towards Alfarnate. However, I haven't gone very far before there's a promising looking track leading up the hillside and as I start to follow it, there's a few waymarks on it. And, after a bit, a signpost which gives details of ...
... the foundations of the bridge remain.
A few days after we arrived we were returning to the bus when we saw a group of men in the carpark gathered around a flock of painted pigeons. I asked the receptionist what it was about. She said she wasn’t from around these parts but it was some sort of mating ritual sport, that it happens only in this area about 3 times a week. I mentioned it to the people ...