Hotel Abades El Mirador
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- Conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
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... our paperwork back in Australia. She is a champion and we love her very much and are eternally grateful for the work she does as we swan about.
To our friends and family who have offered support and encouragement - Betty Rose, Weston and Colleen Cook (and everyone else) – thank you.
Europe has been wonderful. It is quite a different way of travelling than we have been used to. I often long for the wide open spaces, natural vastness and solitude ...
... elbow. Perhaps there was a blood rule, and I'd have to leave the shop. 'Have you cut yourself again?' I heard Kerry say. 'He always cuts himself,' she confided to Mariano. Tactful remark to a man with only eight fingers. The steak knives were beautiful, with walnut handles and blades like Mudejar scimitars. The chef's knife was mine, packaged and ready to go. Mariano reassured us that there would be no issue with transport. I took the box straight back to hotel, and ...
... that because it peaked around 32C and stayed there till late evening. Walked a lot today. Dick's "Cruise Ship Cold" was getting the better of him so we got some cold symptom tablets from the pharmacy as per their recommendation and he took a long afternoon nap. We decided to eat in for dinner which was far easier and enabled us to socialise with other guests who shared some of their food with ...
... from the lodges where they had spent their morning. What an incredible dichotomy between ancient desert ruins and snow covered slopes!
Our last interest in Granada took us back down the mountian near where we started. The region is known for its folk dancing called Flamenco. Although many cities in Andalucia offer similar performances, Granada is touted as the best place to experience it in its unadulterated form. We read that the dance was developed by the Gypsy ...
... bloody cold here! The Alhambra was very empty as only the 8.30 group were before us. The palace was everything we expected, very lovely with intricate cravings and so middle eastern! I can't understand why the conquering King Charles 1, didn't rip it all out as it is so Moorish. Apparently he was an aesthete and was overawed by its beauty. More than the palace though, I loved the gardens, the woodlands moreso than the formal gardens, ...