El Balcon de las Nieves
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... refreshing iced coffee we visited the Peranakan Mansion. This is now a museum and really shows how the rich Chinese lived. There is so much gold in the one house, it is obscene. But along with the gold there is a wealth of fantastic furniture and artifacts. It was really worth the entrance fee and the time to look round. After the museum we needed some more refreshment. We found a Japanese tea and coffee house. This was run ...
... at the highest point of the hill. I arrived with about an hour to spare - it was much quicker than I had expected. Initially there weren't too many other people milling around at the meeting point. I browsed the souvenir shop and then entertained myself people watching. The meeting point became very crowded at around 930 - it appeared this was the meeting point for all tour companies and groups. A German couple sidled up beside me and asked who I was doing the tour with - as I had ...
... within... Next up was the Generalife, a palace one hill over where the Kaliffs would go to relax. Equally as beautiful with more elaborate gardens and less of a focus on intimidating foreign visitors. Finally we visited the fortress, the oldest part of the complex with a commanding view of the city of Grenada. Oh, did we mention it hailed for a bit while we were walking through a garden? All in all we were blown away by ...
... back to our room and get some sleep before making our way to our ultinate destination, Granada (we had just split up an 8 hour drive by going to Alicante for a night). We had heard great things from a nunber of people about Granada. My grandparents raved about it from when they went there, and more recently Ange and Doug had rated it one of their favourite places in Europe. I wasn't 100% sure what could be so special about it because it isnt near a beach amd ...
... streets and a navigator that's challenged to keep a constant satellite lock in the deep valleys between buildings it takes us about half an hour to find the place. Navigation is arguably the most stressful part of the trip so far. Meals, tight quarters, forced marches through historic and crowded sites, etc all seem to go smoothly and without complaints. But just like on our honeymoon and that first 30 min in the car outside of Florence, navigating a new city in car is ...