El Cielo de Canar
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... excitement in the build up to these. Its really good as shops really do close down and very little is open so that everyone can go and people can spend time with friends and family. From Thursday night at 9am where there is a procession through the town until Monday evening, there is music, dancing, food and entertainment everywhere you go. Each night you could hear music playing until 6am the following morning and the atmosphere was great. We had a party at our house ...
... town of Zahara for lunch and anyone who wanted to hike up to the castle. Franci and I passed. Too hungry. It is a lovely white washed village but not too much there beyond the views. Back on the bus to the hill town of Arcos de la Frontera. It's a little bigger than the last town. We will be here for two nights. The bus dropped us off down the hill from our hotel and we had to hike for ten minutes up a steep cobblestone street. This hotel is small and our group ...
to watch a gypsy flamenco show
... of 'political' themed graffiti. The political graffiti is fascinating, because it demonstrates the issues that are important to people my age. I saw a lot of "Verde Rebelde"--green rebel--and a lot of anti-fascism/capitalism messages. It is interesting how a country's history of government determines whether or not communism is taught as a social-economic system or an evil-dictatorship system--here communism is (sometimes) seen as honorable, as a way ...
After a long siesta and evening out in town, Granada quickly catapulted itself to the top of the list as the best city visited so far. With it's central cathedral and scenic narrow streets, it's a lot like Vienna. Food is high quality (free tapas with your drinks) and so is the nightlife.
Today was a drag though. After checking out of the hotel in the morning, it was a day of homelessness consisting of killing time until ...