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Travel Blogs from Guejar Sierra
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 ...
... with the Alhambra. It is spread on a hillside and is made up of the tiniest cobbled streets, only really wide enough for mopeds or Smart cars. There were banners up on some of the houses in protest against the council's lack of consultation over pedestrianising the whole neighbourhood and cutting old people and disabled people off from the rest of the world; they'd even gone to the trouble of translating their campaign notices into English, French and German for ...
... was made for cars. It surely wasn't!! We stopped at the crest and got out to check what was in store for us. The surprise included stairs, doorways and the occasional pedestrian!! We gave Emily more constructive criticism and decided to ignore that suggestion. Instead we rejoined the main road and waited for her to recalculate. Thankfully this time she opted for a more conventional route (on a road), and we managed to jag the closest parking spot for our ...
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 ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility