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He then stuffed her into the trunk of his Seat Marbella car.
Marbella stands slightly elevated above the sea, and its turreted walls and narrow streets declare it to be thoroughly Moorish.
The place is distant twenty-five miles from Gibraltar (by the road), and sixteen from Marbella.
Marbella, though invested with the pomp and circumstance of war, is but a contemptible fortress.
They were soon back opposite Marbella, the lights of which he could clearly make out.
A box of fruit from Marbella is always welcome, for their flavour is considered excellent.