Hotel Los Cerezos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... a bit of a run around. This was all going so well until Lewis decided to wedge his whole head and half body through a set of railings that on the other side faced a 15 foot drop. I saw him climbing through and shouted to Gareth who was closer to him. Gareth managed to grab hold of him and pull him through however gave him a huge black eye in the process. We went home shaken and unable to sleep that night! The next day we drove out to some of the local mountain ...
... ruin their day. I managed to stand up there and back a total of 15 minutes. None of it was serene and I'm sure it didn't get close to helping me burn off the 2 million calories id just eaten at lunch. The miserable looking older couple who were sat next to us, dragged all their belongings 100 metres in the other direction and put their parasol in a position in front of them, so they couldn't see us as well as hear us. I could have been offended but I ...
... is that much of it was built during a time when the rest of Europe was in the dark ages. Near the Alhambra is The Generalife Gardens and Palace (prounounced in Spanish Heneraleafay - Mike thought perhaps it was some building funded by an insurance firm!) ) This complex was built in the 13th century for the Emirs and redecorated along the way by various monarchs.
To stay with the North African theme of the day, we headed out for dinner and had ...
... up more hills we made it to the national park of Granada. I mentioned we had no sleep but I forgot to mention it was 42 degrees!!! Sweaty and hot we continue along the national park tracks and I am surprised part of this reminded me of home! Then we get to the waterfall! I would have called it a waterfall but not bragged about its size. Don't get me wrong it was beautiful but my expectations were clearly a ...
... 8217;s Moorish Albaizan Quarter, then back into the city for churros and a little more shopping. Tonight, our last in Spain and with Gayle our tour guide, we are hitting the tapas bars. Dinner wasn't as good as last night. Went to 2 tapas. One seafood, the other meat. Most was fried food so very rich and oily. On our way to Italiano ice cream parlor we came across another procession. This time with full brass band. Religion is a very serious matter here in ...