El Cielo de Canar
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- Swimming pool
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... good health products, I can see us purchasing another suitcase soon! After the tea room we headed back towards the Indian quarter, today was another very hot day. We had read about a hotel/ restaurant called Tangs, in a lovely old building. Again another eatery that sell great non-alcoholic cocktails, this one was named after the establishment and contained a special local honey. We had some tapas style dishes, delicious. On the ...
... to try and like it! Alex and I had a really cool time one morning last week before school watching the sun come up on the balcony and he was mesmerised by this and watching the stars in the sky. He's at an amazing age now where he's taking so much in and asking lots of questions and it really is cool watching him develop his mind and take an interest in so many things around him. He's doing really well with his swimming and this is brilliant for him. We have spent ...
Loved the Albaycin area here, it was old narrow streets, cobbled with steps and alley ways that would open out on to great ´Miradors´(views) of the Alhambra or the Sierra Nevadas or other pretty parts of Granada city. We loved walking around the Albaycin, Sacromento (which is the part of town we stayed in and has lots of houses in caves cut into the rock) and the Plaza Nueva/Santa Ana area.
Granada holds on to the old tradition of tapas more than ...
... the end of their time at the champs... but we had a great time following them all the same! We then spent the rest of he afternoon navigating around central Granada and then on another open air bus tour that took us all around Granada once again giving us the history of the place. We were going to try and do La Alhambra after that, but were a bit too late for tickets for that night, so we took a look around the massive Catholic church in Granada first and then found ...
... apartments or hotels have accomodated us in a single room by cramming 5 beds in one small space (versus having us rent 2 rooms.) We grab some take out pizza and have a quiet night in. Some Disney channel, and Molly reads to the girls from the Diary of Anne Frank.
Our trip in Granada will be short - we cut it by a day so we could see the bulls in Denia. Tomorrow we'll see the Cathedral, grab a lunch, and head out in the afternoon for Terifa on the very southern tip of ...