El Cielo de Canar
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
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... how long it takes to get around. The name comes from an Arabic word meaning the red castle. Our guide gave us the name of many of the plants and their uses as well as pointing out the vegetables and fruit grown there. He said that all the bounty was given to the people of Granada. After our touted of the Alhambra we strolled back down the hill through a forest. Each side of the path was a man made stream of water, it was very pretty. A quick ice cream then ...
... knocking us over, little people, scrabbled around our ankles scooping them up, a brilliant event that our Grandchildren would’ve loved,.
Calamorro Mountain is the highest spot in Benalmadena, 8oo metres above sea level and we took the cable car (of course) to enjoy the panoramic views from the top of the summit, overlooking the Costa Del Sol and the African coast. The Costa Del Sol offers Sunday roasts, big English ...
... do some washing but the receptionist explained that the only self service laundrette was closed on Sundays and the other dry cleaners were also closed on Sundays. I did do a little bit of hand washing but would include laundry in Monday's schedule. As I headed out of the hotel I saw a guy in the lift with a 24hr mountain bike tshirt on so I asked him - he had time to tell me he was from Eden before the lift door closed. By now it was really raining so I had to invest in a cheap ...
... Pots, hanging baskets, the stairs, the walls. There was hardly any white visible of the walls for all the flowers! And an interesting fact, again thanks to mum - the festival was made a UNESCO "Intangible Cultural Heritage" site in 2012 established to “safeguard contemporary living expressions and traditions that countless groups and communities worldwide have inherited from their ancestors and transmit to their descendants”, with the first such festival being ...
... good use and as it was raining the next morning, we decided to head out.....back to the sunny coast, but further south....Malaga!
As we drove south with the Sierra Nevada on our left, we drove out of the rain, out of the cloud and into sun and 20 degrees. No more inland trips now - we want to see Malaga, then head towards Algeciras and across to Morocco. It will be even more exciting seeing the Moors on their home turf!