Hotel El Guerra
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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 ...
... the walls and cushions to sit on. I ordered an Arabic coffee which was not all that good until it was half filled with sugar. Emily ordered a black coffee forgetting that coffee is not served the same here. A black coffee here in Spain is espresso in a large shot glass. If you want just a normal full cup of coffee, you need to order cafe americano (American coffee), which is code for "water this down a ton and give it to me in a ...
I woke at 9am to be at the bus stop at 9:45 (though the bus didn't come until 10:30). We met at the same bus stop we had to meet at to go to Portugal, so it was a relatively short walk from my apartment. The bus finally arrived and the 13 of us took it to a small town about 30 minutes outside of Granada in the mountains. The bus ride was miserable- curves, twists and turns. I got so carsick. When we finally arrived- the second we stepped off the bus- it started ...
... walking up there, even with my extreme hangover and danced out feet. But it was probably the most painful experience of my life, thought I was going to be sick a few times. But to get into the Nasjir Palaces inside the Alhambra you have to book a specific time and be there about an hour before, and mine was 10am so I really didn’t have a choice but to soldier on. But it was well worth. The fortress walls were unreal and the Palace, wow. The walls and roofs of the buildings inside ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking