Casa Pino Solo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... a couple of stoner guys and a girl splash in a filthy unused fountain—Antequera’s sorry substitute for a swimming pool… After my Costa del Sol adventures, Antequera feels dry and a bit frustrating. But I’m still in good spirits and eager for whatever is next. 0982. A Poor But Friendly Town (Spa 052, 11A-129) Loja San Fransisco, July 10, 2011 Day 456: 4 hours, 10.9 kms Not wanting to rush it to Granada, I get off in Loja, a sizeable town ...
... by Muslims and Christians, they would go to the fields and dance around the bonfires, wearing new, white clothes. It says they would hang figs wrapped in straw to bring the blessings from the skies… A very interesting insight into life during the Islamic era here in Andalucia. Then I continue on up the road which winds high up the hillside giving a grand view of the valley with an occasional farmhouse or cluster of houses here and and there. Behind me, far below ...
... Granada. Our guide at Alhambra suggested a great site to visit to get wonderful views so we walked to St Nicholas plaza and certainly appreciated the majestic Alhambra. Last night we found a little tapas bar for our last night in Granada - excellent sangria but not so great tapas!! Today we visited the burial site of Isabella of Castile, her husband Ferdinand and some of her children. This seemed ...
... better connection. So, Greg ended up building a make-shift standing desk with 4 night stands/side tables! hahaha, it looks so ghetto, but who cares, it works! :)
Oh yeah, it was definitely nice to take a good warm shower finally... :) It seems we always had some issues with showers in this trip. Either not enough water pressure, ***********trol temperature (super hot or ice cold), etc. But still better than water showers (no option for hot water) in Nicaragua. :)
... to. Try saying "cerveza" in a Yorkshire accent - it comes out like "thurrrrrvairrrthugh".
What is more hilarious is that the one who speaks Spanish is now telling the others how difficult and different the Andalucian dialect and accent is. In barely intelligible Yorkshire he said "This lot are like the Glaswegians of England". Don't you just love ironical lack of self-awareness?
But I was all excited this morning because its market day and also the local fair ...