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The marine force in Spain
29 March 2012

       In Armintza (Vizcaya - Spain) has been developed a new marine energy project.It is the first time that it is developed in the world and it consits of useing ocean waves to generate electricity for consumption in cities.

     The Energy Agency of the Basque Government (EVE) and The Institute for Energy Diversification and Savin (IDAE) have agreed to the creation of a new Public Company will be the owner of the infrastructure for research on marine energy to be located in Armintza.

     With this degree of development could reach 2000 GWh each year and it means that it could supply 10% of its electric consumption.

     I am going to show you some pictures about the placement of the parts for the equipment that generate marine energy:

 

     I hope that this project can help to the Spanish Economy and also to the European one.

Best regards,

Luis

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A nice trip to Ronda
19 March 2012

        The last Friday March - 1th., I went to Ronda, by train.It was a very nice trip, thanks to the train, but above all because I traveled with my wife.

       We spent only few days, but they were wonderful.

       The hotel ("Montelirio") was fine; I recommend it.Now I am going to show you the view of the hotel, from the bridge that is close the hotel:

"Hotel Montelirio y El Tajo", Ronda, Malaga, Spain, by Luis López-Cortijo

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"Hotel Montelirio with reforms", Ronda, Malaga, Spain, by Luis López-Cortijo

"The restaurant of the hotel", Ronda, Malaga, Spain, by Luis López-Cortijo

     In the picture above, you can see three big windows --below the balcony--, which belong to the restaurant of the hotel.A little later I will tell you about this wonderful restaurant; but now, I want to show you the entrance of the hotel.Here it is:

"Coche de caballos por la entrada del hotel Montelirio",Street Tenorio, 10,  Ronda, Málaga, Spain, by Luis López-Cortijo

"Puerta de entrada al hotel", Ronda, Málaga, Spain, by Luis  López.Cortijo

"Entrada al hotel Montelirio", Ronda, Málaga, Spain, by Luis López-Cortijo

    When you go into the hotel, if you turn to your left, you will see a very nice typical window of a church (vidriera):

"Una vidriera en el hall", Ronda, Malaga, Spain, by Luis López-Cortijo

     In front of that window, you can see a big Ansalusian Patio.and in a corner, you can take the elevator

"The andalusian patio", Ronda, Malaga, Spain, by Luis Lopez-Cortijo

"A nice mirror beside the elevator", Ronda, Malaga, Spain, by Luis Lopez-Cortijo

     That mirror was in the second floor as our bedroom too:

"Our bedroom", Ronda, Malaga, Spain, by Luis Lopez-Cortijo

    Here start the bathroom:

"The nice sink", Ronda, Málaga, Spain, by Luis Lopez-Cortijo

      In the hotel Reception told us that most of the furnishings are original to the house of the Count of Montelirio.Mariano Atienza was the owner of this house, around 1900  although it was built in 1700--.When he died, this house was converted in the "Hotel Count of Montelirio"-

 

    When we went out of our bedroom we could see this hall, with a small staircase at the end of it:

 

    And...then...we could see this one:

 

      Downstairs, beside the restaurant, we could see a confortable sitting room:

      ....with a windows through which you can see the famous "Tajo de Ronda"...

 

       When tou go down to the restaurant, you can see this image:

"El Tajo de Ronda al fondo", Ronda, Malaga, Spain, by Luis Lopez-Cortijo

      Our first day in the hotel: the saturday, we choose this table for taking breakfast.At the end of the picture, you can see the famouse hotel "Parador de Ronda":

"Our favorite table", Restaurant "Albacara", Ronda, Malaga, Spain, by Luis Lopez-Cortijo

"Parador de Ronda", Ronda, Malaga, Spain, by Luis Lopez-Cortijo

      The cuisine of this restaurant is very good.

 

      If you come here a day, I recommend you a dessert named "Torrija con vainilla".

       We met one of the owners of this hotel and he told us that the first area of Ronda (arround 1200), was named Albacara, and we could see the remains of the wall (the first wall which closed the city), from a windows of the restaurant:

"A piece of the wall", Ronda, Malaga, Spain, by Luis Lopez-Cortijo

"The first door to go into Ronda city", Ronda, Malaga, Spain, by Luis Lopez-Cortijo

      That entrance was named "Albacara" and the restaurant of the hotel "Montelirio" is named "Albacara" too.

 

      Have a good trip.......to Ronda.....

Kind regards,

Luis

 



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