El Cielo de Canar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... that proved problematic so took a taxi. The bus ride from Motril to Granada took us through some lovely scenery. We wentthrough parts of the Sierra Nevada.
After over an hour we were in Granada. We were planning on visiting the Alhambra on
Monday morning but after having spoken to one of the Tourist Information officers we decided to give it a go in the afternoon (after lunch).
The Alhambra, the Alcazabra and the ...
Casares, is a beautiful wilderness in the hills just outside Estepona, which we discovered on Lisa’s last day on our daring horse riding expedition. Ian and Joanne who run the riding school live on a homestead/farm with the horses, a cute, toy pony, named Wu Wu, chickens and two pot bellied pigs. Raptor Vultures circle the mountains and feed on the corpses of dead animals, which the local Guardia Civilia (police) take to the ...
... and massive bag with **** in it. We then have to beg for a high chair which usually arrives covered in some other kids gunk and so spend next 5 minutes disinfecting it with baby wipes. 2. All sit down, fight to get Lewis in clean high chair then give up fight and one of us leaves the table to follow him around whilst the other takes control of ordering. Other person then arrives back at table, first question being, " have you ordered?" If you haven't managed to ...
... Granada was one of the last bastions of Islam before Queen Isabella and King Fernando kicked out the Muslims and Jews out of Spain in the 1490s and early 1500s. In our neighborhood, you can still see Moorish architectural flourishes and occasionally old metal gates with a Star of David.
The tourist highlight of our visit to Granada was a trip to the Alhambra. The day before, we viewed The Alhambra and the surrounding gardens from across the valley on Plaza San Nicolas ...
... at midday and as it rolled out we realised it was a just a regional passenger train and that we'd get in at 3 ish and so lunch would have to wait.
The train wound its way through dry, recently ploughed flatish country with occasional olive groves into increasingly hilly to mountainous land, with olives to the horizon for an hour and a half. Aquaducts, roads, tiny clustered white towns and then more olives. As we ...