Hotel San Cayetano
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... plenty of discreet places to camp in around it. Malaga on the other hand, will only have overpriced hotels at this time of year-- and it’ll be a long hike to the edge of town to find a place to camp! … But I paid all the way to Malaga… Finally, I make up my mind and hop off in village in the absolute middle of nowhere, Bobadilla. I walk two block to the edge of the village, off to a cluster of trees and settle in for the night. Next Morning The air ...
... it in their car and catch up again with the other teams. We wish them all the best and hope they can rejoin us quickly!
We arrived at the hotel as 4th and 5th team. As we were enjoying a - in our opinion well deserved - cold beer one team after another arrived. Stories and experiences so far were exchanged, and tickets for the ferry crossing tomorrow were arranged via a seller known to the organization who came to the hotel for us. Last ...
... an old town with Roman and Moorish remains and more famously, the three largest Neolithic dolmens in Europe. We wanted to visit the museum there, which we had missed last time, and Lesley was also keen to visit a donkey sanctuary she had heard about. The campsite we chose was Sierrecilla, a comparatively new site which had good reviews and was listed as having a heated toilet block, a very important factor inland where even on ...
... no one tried to run us around town. (So smart, Ken. I think we've finally learned that there are times to spend $ on taxis and not begrudge it. We were tired after walking thru it all and would have gotten lost lost lost lost if we had tried to walk back to our hotel. The taxi driver just zipped down those narrow, windy roads.) The Alhambra is a Moorish walled city that was built in the 13th and 14th century. Set high on the hill above Granada, it ...
... the local Equestrians was offering photos on top of his horse for 2 euros so I thought that was the deal of the century and mounted up. The guy even gave me his hat for added effect.
On the way back from Ronda we passed what looked like a strip joint and my questions is how do people tip. Euros come in one and two euro coin denominations so are those being tossed out on the dance floors for the ladies? I would think that would be more ...