A dream come true ... Villa "Mi sueño", of 7 bedrooms in Elviria
Villa, Elviria, 300 meters to the sea, 7 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 506 meters built, 1.100 meters plot, swimming pool.
There is more contentment to see, as if we were saying: Here now two great gates are shown in front of us in a certain street of Elviria, and from the middle of the doors comes a sad voice that says: "You, Gentleman, whoever you are, the fearful gates you are watching, if you want to achieve the good that behind these gates is hidden, show the value of your chest and crúzalas; Because if you do not do it then, will not you be meritorious to see the great wonders that in themselves contain and contain the twelve castles of the twelve fairies that behind this blackness lie?
And what, as soon as the knight has not finished hearing the fearful voice, when, crossing the gates, he is among some flowery fields, with whom the Elysées have nothing to do? There it seems that the sky is more transparent, and that the sun shines with new clarity; Offer to your eyes a peaceful forest of green and leafy trees, which cheers the sight of your vegetable, and entertains the sweet and not learned song of the small, infinite and painted little birds that cross the intricate branches.
There he discovers a garden, where many hummingbirds, hoopoe and bees fly, and many other kinds of precious and friendly animals. The flowers in the garden are infinite, and there are so many that the garden seems to be full of them. And out of all the trees stands a towering cypress, an abundant supply of shadow and sleep, which disturbs the sky with his spear, a jet which the stars almost reach, and he himself, in his mad endeavor.
In it, a brave pile or pool of baths, all of tiled lapis lazuli and of such limpid platforms, that, in all their pristine purity, I saw the same gold that they darkened. And as we know that fear makes us imagine the worst things, it is endowed with all the necessary equipment for the help and relief of its users and bathers, as the visitor will see, or visitors will see.
Here he discovers a brook, whose fresh waters, which liquid crystals appear, run on small sands and white stones, which sifted gold and pure pearls resemble; He sees an artificial fountain of variegated jasper and smooth marble compuefta; On the other side, another fountain, which they call love, where the stars dance, and the moon with the sun; Here is another one with the adorned brutesco, where the small shells of the clams, with the twisted white and yellow houses of the snail, placed with disorderly order, mixed among them pieces of glittering crystal and of emerald contrahechas, do a varied work, so That art, imitating nature, seems to win there.
You suddenly discover a strong castle or showy town, whose walls are made of solid stone, terracotta battlements, rich wood doors, stained-glass windows, It is said to be of such a measure and extent that Aristotle himself did not understand it, if he were to be resurrected for that alone. Two families can live. There are opened nine doors, all equally illustrious. Finally, he is of such admirable composure that, being the matter of which he is formed no less than of marble, of noble woods, of pearls, of anthills, of gold and of diamonds, his work is more esteemed.
And is there more than to see, after having seen all this, than to see the agent go out the door of the castle, who functions as mayor of the same; And then take the daring visitor by the hand who threw himself behind the black doors, and take him, without speaking a word, into the rich fortress or castle, to a room where, next to the cellar, by the cinematograph industry, the images charge Life, projected on the walls of the castle, to the astonishment of the visitors, and gratification and contentment of the owners?
The story tells that, after the cinematograph room, they took the visitor to another bath room, where there was a large trough or tub, of which they call a hydromassage, in which the water, projected from the bottom, composed A fiery liquor or boiling lake, sprouting to borbollones, like boiler by great fire. And he was stripped, as his mother bore him, and bathed in warm waters, all of amber and fragrant distilled flowers, and then, all oiled with odorous ointments, and clad in gallantry and showy robes; Tell them how history tells us, would never end.
It seems that the gentleman (who in this there are differences between the authors who write this case) before the banquet and after the salubrious bath, rested on a magnificent terrace, an ornate place, where you can taste a seasoned snack or a drink of snow, All surrounded by a luxuriant forest and with ruffled bells, for spell of sight, gift of the spirit, and soft and attractive adornment of the House.
What is it to see, then, when they tell us that, after all this, they take him to another great room, where there is a real and clean table, with so much concert, that is suspended and admired?
And just as the gentleman entered the refectory, chirimias rang, and four pages came out to give him water, which the guest received with great gravity.
The music stopped, the visitor sitting in an ivory chair at the head of the table, because there was no more of that seat, and no other service in it. The dishes were dressed in joy and festivity, with rich and colorful ornaments, and many silverware on the sides. His glass was overflowing.
They raised a rich white towel with the fruits covered and a variety of dishes of various delicacies. One who looked like a student blessed and a page put a lace bib to the guest; Another, who made the office of master, came a huge platonazo vahando, from where the diner took a very good puchero. When he had eaten this dish, the stewardess came to him with another spice, very hot, and with many spices, and so many carcasses, and so much difference of delicacies, so savagely stewed, that he did not know the appetite to which he must extend his hand. They completed the agape, the fruity fruits, covered with syrups and ambrosia, sweet as sugar, and the frying fruits, pumped in a kettle of prepared honey, which was there.
What, by industry of the phonograph, will you hear the music which, as long as it eats, does not know who sings it or where it sounds? What, to see him serve all the maidens, keeping a wonderful silence?
And, after the finished meal and the raised tablecloths, the gentleman should lie down on the chair, and perhaps grinding his teeth, as is customary, to enter at the door of the room the consultant in charge of the presentation, and sit at Side of the knight, and begin to give an account of which castle it is, and how the sumptuous Alcazar is delighted, and its spacious garage to keep several sliding machines, and its proximity to the sea, and the Very Noble, Very Loyal And Twelve Times crowned city of Marbella, with other things that suspend the gentleman and admire the lawyers who are making the legend its history? I do not want to dwell on this, since (and believe me that I advise you about this Villa, what you must do as discreet), but visit it, and you will see the taste you get from your visit. Ejo.