Hotel El Guerra
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Banquet room
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Granada was my next destination and the drive up there was lovely, passing through the Sierra Nevada mountains (the highest in Spain). As always the motorway was almost empty and whilst it makes for very easy driving I sometimes feel a bit vulnerable because if I were to break down then there are hardly any cars passing who might stop and help me.
Following the modern tradition of never reading instructions, I programmed Fanny Anne to take ...
... was like nothing is ever seen before or imagined. Check out the photos. The thing I found most interesting is the patterns of decoration on the walls. I can't remember exact details but it was something like thy wanted to make something beautiful from an natural object. Please don't quote if I'm wrong but there was reasoning behind the symmetry and shapes in their design. Next stop cordoba.. Even hotter ...
... the Mexicans relaxing with their family, making music and enjoying the sun. We joined them, watched the beautiful scenery and had delicious food. I am sure that if I would have done my exchange in Mexico I would have gained weight. Their nachos isn't like the nachos here and their sauce is also different, every time I think about it I get hungry. Besides the food, the people are also very nice and the cool thing was that I had to do the talking, so I did not loose my Spanish! ...
It's the walk I'd promised myself a couple of months ago - doing the Vereda de la Estrella for as far as possible, without getting sidetracked up the hillside this time. It's a beautiful morning after a couple of weeks of indifferent and insconsistent weather and even the difficult drive into the Barranco de San Juan goes well, though part of the road isn't looking too good - they're carrying out some major repairs before it collapses into the Rio Genil.
Cabanas Viejas - "Old Cabins". It doesn't sound a very interesting place as a destination for a walk in the Sierra Nevada - but then it wasn't intended to be the destination anyway!
I've been attracted by an entry in one of my guidebooks which describes the Vereda de Estrella - the path to the star - an apparently well-known and well-made footpath crossing the northern edge of the Sierra Nevada, which is supposed to give good views towards the high peaks ...