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Travel Blogs from Lanjaron
First days riding - met our horses JJ and Terrance, and the rest of our ride - Jane the guide, Ella and Larse on working holidays and a couple from Holland - Kate and Jerry.
Rode up and up and up (amazed what these horses could do !!!) then ...
... for the semi-finals! Since we have to miss dinner to play, we go to a pizza place right by our house..best pizza ever. We also made a Spanish friend there too..the waiter. I think he's started to recognize us from coming in every Wednesday. In my opinion, you can never go wrong being friends with the pizza waiter. :)
Thursday was another beautiful day and since we were done with classes early in the day, we decided to eat lunch and go up to the Albaicin. It's a little ...
... to drink something and then I went home.
The second day, there was a meeting with the university, where they would explain all the administrative things. It was a little bit boring and they gave us too much information to absorb, but it was also a good place to see the people I had met the day before and also new people. after the meeting I went to get some churros with chocolate. The group we went with, were all dutch except for one. There are a lot of Dutch students here and ...
... us) at 9.00am and set off for Granada - leaving the French couple near our pitch to coo over their two dogs, whom they seemed to have confused for small children.
It took less than two hours to drive south to Granada (Talei is getting a nice tan on her left side by now with all this southbound morning travel). We pitched up at a campsite that is within the city and probably cyclable to the centre, but it ...
... V decided to build his own palace in Spanish Renaissance style, an imposing square building with a large circular colonnaded courtyard. It was probably supposed to have a dome, but it was never built. Nonetheless, the acoustics are perfect in the center.
The most important and famous part of the Alhambra complex is the Palacios Nazaries. Built mostly in the 14th century, it offers the best possible look at the refined, ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Pets allowed