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Marbella Family Fun Weekly Newsletter -- November 23, 2012
November 23, 2012
Marbella Family Fun update - Friday November 23, 2012
* English movie listings
This is the listing for movies that are playing in Marbella and on the Costa del Sol in English from Friday November 23rd until Thursday November 29th.
Cines Gran Marbella Puerto Banus:
Fuengirola Cinesur Miramar:
Plaza Mayor Malaga:
* Duck n Dive swim school
Have your kids learned to swim yet? If not, get them into classes with Duck n Dive swimming school immediately. Classes offered throughout the Costa del Sol in temperature regulated indoor swimming pools. This is a skill that just may save your child's life.
Classes held for babies, kids and adults...even if you're here just on holiday. Click here to read more…
* International School Estepona
Looking for a good school in the Estepona/San Pedro area? Take a look at International School Estepona in Benavista. They have excellent reviews on our site and a great reputation. This school follows the British National Curriculum for children aged 2 - 12 and the Montessori method for the early years in nursery. A fantastic mix! Click here to read more...
* Tarifa getaway at Casa La Luz
I just spoke to a friend who went to Tarifa last weekend who had the most amazing time...even this time of year. Casa La Luz is a great place to stay right in the center of town and is now offering low season prices.
If you are staying on the Costa del Sol for more than just a few days, Tarifa is a must see! You will love the pristine beaches and beautiful nature that is only an hour and and a half away. Click here to read more...
* Team Xtreme adventure tours
From trekking to snowboarding to mixed martial arts to stand up paddle board, Team Xtreme can organize any adventure for you, your family or your business. This is a very professional team of leaders who know the area well and always put safety first. Our family had an amazing canyoning experience with Team Xtreme and give it the two thumbs up! Click here to read more...
TIP: Check out the reviews for their family canyoning trip.
* Albert & Simon restaurant
We received an excellent review of Albert & Simon restaurant from our favorite restaurant critic Morris Bishop. We agree that Albert & Simon’s is a fantastic restaurant for a classy meal. They offer international cuisine with a creative French touch. You absolutely have to leave room for the raspberry or chocolate soufflé. Just remember to order it early, because it takes 30 minutes to prepare. Click here to read more...
TIP: If you have smaller children, get the babysitter for this restaurant. It’s a special night out.
* Christmas events in Marbella
Christmas is just around the corner and we are building our Marbella Christmas events page. If you have an event you would like to let others know about, create a page on our site. It’s free and easy.
* What makes a good restaurant
Our favorite restaurant critic Morris Bishop has sent in a nice article on What makes a restaurant’s good “Bottom Line”. Check it out and make your own comments! Click here to read more…
TIP: If you have a favorite restaurant that you would like to review (even if it’s a sentence or two), tell us about it! Good restaurants deserve a little credit and word of mouth is the best way to advertise.
* Festival Arte Sano
On November 24 and 25, 2012 don't miss the Festival Arte Sano - a San Pedro healing arts festival held at the Recinto Ferial (fairgrounds) in San Pedro de Alcántara (where the Thursday street market is usually held). There will be an extensive program of activities, lectures and free performances for all audiences. Click here to read more…
TIP: Bring the kids. There will be a kids zone!
* Caritas charity Christmas fair
The Caritas Bazaar Solidario de Navidad-Charity Xmas fair will be held this weekend in Marbella Palacio Congresos, Ferias y Expocisiones (opposite to the small El Corte Ingles in Marbella!). Restaurants, Tapas Bars, Flamenco Show, Jump Castle, xmas decorations, and many many gift ideas.... Click here to read more…
* Travel between Marbella and Valencia
One of our readers asks, ”Flight, Train, Bus. Which is the best means of transport between Marbella and Valencia?”. We’ve got some answers for you! Or comment on your own experience. We’d love to hear what you think too. Click here to read more…
* British schools in Marbella
One of our readers needs some help choosing a school in Marbella and asks, ”We are a family originally from the UK & are hopefully moving to the Marbella area next June 2013 for around 2 years to start with. Hubbys job.
I am literally tearing my hair out with regards schools!”
Many of us have had the same experience, so I am sure this reader would love some of our opinions. If you are looking for a school too, then read on. Click here to read more…
* Christmas lunch for kids and dogs
We have had a couple of interesting questions on our Facebook wall.
1. ”Looking for a restaurant offering a Christmas lunch featuring an appearance from Father Christmas.”
2. ”Looking for a restaurant offering a Christmas lunch that is dog friendly”
We have had some helpful comments, so take a look at yesterday’s (scroll down to Thursday November 22) posting on our Facebook wall and please add your comments too. Our readers will appreciate it! Click here to read more…
* Pink food coloring
It looks like some of you are already decorating your holiday cookies and cakes. We got loads of answers to this question:
"Please does anybody know where I can buy pink cake colouring around Marbella. Iceland only has basic colours. Thank you"
* Children’s play at Picasso Museum
The Picasso Museum in Malaga is holding a children's program: Adiós Bienvenida. This is a play geared towards children revealing a story about love and loss, closing the cycle of life and saying good bye to people and treasured things.
Recommended for children 8 years old and older. This play deals with feelings, old age, love and human relationships. Click here to read more…
* Lunch of Wishes
The annual 'Lunch of Wishes' supporting local orphan kids is now selling tickets for the 4th of December at 12:30pm at the Restaurante La Meridiana. It's a fun and helpful event every year with great raffle prizes and the full Christmas spirit. Menu includes cava reception, turkey and trimmings, dessert, wine, beer, soft drinks and coffee. MC: Mugge Fischer and fashion show by Patricia Nahmad, Estibalitz Diaz de Durana and Agueda del Prado. Tickets 50 euro. Click here to read more…
* Restaurant recommendations
We have organized all of our restaurant recommendations from our readers in one place now. The Restaurant Forum. Check it out if you are looking for a nice place to eat. Or, if you don't see your favorite bar, restaurant or cafe there, please add it to our growing list. Click here to read more…
Thank you... and see you next Friday.
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