El Cielo de Canar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... have plenty of helpful waymarks, whereas the route over Cerro el Calar looked like it might be more difficult to follow, especially if there is snow on the ground.
I start by walking up through the village and descend again to the Rio Torrente. It's far from being a torrent - more like a trickle! Perhaps it's more impressive in the spring and early summer when the snow melts on the Sierra Nevada above. There's a good track to follow, but no waymarks, because this ...
... was being held, so we arranged a late afternoon beach social with our visiting friends, so we could be near the restaurant for the time of the party. I dutifully wandered round town buying an appropriate girls gift, card and wrapping paper and then cycled straight from my Spanish lesson to the beach. Predictable Alex was asleep after being wiped out at school, so we woke him up. He'd apparently, "refused to wear, " his party outfit that Id laid out for him and so had ...
... bringing us food & wine and more people crowded in. There were only 2 tables in the entire place which held 120 people and we were the only ones getting food and wine. The show was performed by gypsies and included traditional singing, dancing and guitar and was FANTASTIC. When the show went for one and a half hours and when we went outside - there was Carlos as promised. We walked down another very dark lane and at the end ...
... these dogs faithfully following their owners. People here also don't neuter their dogs, so we've witnessed some interesting scenes, but not as many as you'd think. After the generalife, I walked through the Carmen de Los Martires, another beautiful public garden. The central fountain surrounded by palms reminded me of the World Financial Center Winter Garden. There was also a pond, with ducks and turtles. A very peaceful spot. In the evening we returned to the Alhambra palaces for a ...
... there.......camp, and very funny. I then discovered a theme.....because while the Spanish are hardly a shy bunch, when it comes to having a nitter natter the Andalusian takes this to another level........and it's brilliant. However, I think the English phrase 'blah, blah, blah' must have originated when we first started engaging with these folk in a little bit of 'abla, abla, abla'. Possibly? After this he directed me to a Hostel ...