Hotel H2 Granada
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... tomatoes just what we both needed. Along the roads you pass a motorway service stations where you can stay over night, eat and get fuel, you see plenty of them whilst traveling, some sell gifts as well as lunches. We made our way to Almeria and stopped on a little street by the front, it was very very windy although the temperature was 15 degrees now but we weren't impressed with the high rise apartments which were right on the front beside the ...
Today we leave the hillside town of Toledo and head through the plains of southern Spain towards Granada. The plains look like 101 south of Salinas - except with a lot of olive trees. Spain has over 325,000,000 olive trees. They say it can get to 110 degrees here during the summer. Ouch! In the south, we visited the hills of La Mancha and visited the fabled windmills from Don Quixote. These 16th century windmills are situated high on a hill above the city near ...
... we could walk up the hill and find a view of the city, the Alhambra and we were hoping sunset, so we pagared our quenta and speed walked through the crazy configuration of streets and up the hill. We missed the sunset, but not the view. Well worth the hill climb. The Alhambra is all lit up and looks amazing along side the view of the whole city. On our way down we try to find a supposed wall which we aren't really sure what it is, but ...
... failed to mention that the routes had been changed. We ended up taking the bus all the way to the end of the route (and outside of Granada) before we realized that the sign on the front of the bus read "Diverted Route." After explaining to the frustrated driver our error, he had a friend who spoke English tell us where to get off. It then took another hour or so to find our hostel between getting lost, asking multiple people, and having to wait for the parades to go by.
... narrow street beside the church that I had walked the previous night and then up to the Albaizin (Moorish) quarter. The Guide was using a small bicycle, which I later discovered was electric. He pointed out some of the historic locations and also the only Mosque in Granada. This had apparently been financed by a wealthy businessman from Dubai as he was concerned that there were no Mosques in the city. It’s a very subtle design, and doesn’t look like ...