El Balcon de las Nieves
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Camping Huerta Romero is our home for the next 3-4 weeks or so. (We switched from my last posting.) I have SO many photos I'd like to share! The family that owns this RV park has had it in the family for a while, they live here and they definitely treat it like home. Esta muy
tranquilo! There have ...
... travel sites. I then packed my smelly washing into my back pack and jammed my iPad into my handbag to head off to the laundrette. It was a real hike along a narrow street that at times I felt I may have been in the wrong area as it was very dingy and a few odd bods were hanging out of doorways and in the streets. I finally found the laundrette and the lady was so welcoming. I threw the clothes in and connected to the free wifi to update the blog and send emails. It was about 20 min ...
OK today we went to the Alhambra. That is all I can say. The most beautiful structure/monument/building? I have ever seen. It is indescribably beautiful! It is also peaceful, aromatic, stunning, inspiring and and and... I took in excess of 250 ...
... by Ange and Doug with very high recommendations for a fun day out. I gave him a call and could barely understand his accent but I managed to establish with him that we wanted to do what Ange and Doug had done a few weeks ago with him and that we would like to do it in the morning the next morning. All was set for that, so after dinner we went home and got some rest before the morning ahead.
The next morning we got up bright and early to meet Wayne and a ...
The Alhambra is an amazing complex with intricate Moorish decorations and design and lots of history and stories. Quite a bit of the colour of the Islamic decorations has faded but there were places where blues and reds could be seen and many of the facades were intact. We are very pleased we made the effort to visit Granada and the Alhambra. The pictures attached do not do justice to the Alhambra, only a visit will.