Etap Hotel Granada
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... walls. It has been added to over the years and has some modern features, but the summer palace was the retreat of the Sultan away from the heat and stress of the city. The Sultan's garden was planted more than 600 years ago and has beautiful plants, trees and water features. Water was diverted from the Darro river through a series of pipes and fountains to irrigate the gardens and provide water to the palaces. Simply amazing, An outdoor theatre was added ...
Our Ninth Blog Entry:We both commented that Gibraltar had been a great day. It's a great example of 'minimal expectations and an overwhelming result'. We did our 'homework' and decided to run down the coast, through Marbella, and on to Malaga. From there, we planned to run inland to a recommended 'must see' at a little place called Ronda. The run through Marbella was great. The ocean is still a classic blue, and the coastline of sandy beaches (though they have turned a dark grey, ...
... of the Alhambra Palace. From St Nicholas you see the complex on the otherside of the valley, over the Daro river with snowy mountains as its backdrop.
It took my breathe away and my eyes pricked with tears at such a beautiful sight, the sun was lighting it perfectly, and suddenly you know why people travel-to see something you can't imagine before you. To just look and look again. We stayed a long time here and we went back more than once over the five days ...
... at eating whereby rather than three main meals (as is our custom) he spoke of numerous smaller snacks during the day. We seem to be falling for the same approach. Breaky is lateish. A possible early arvo "brunch" is followed by a late arvo snack and then a lateish meal at say nine or ten. It's actually a pretty cool way to exist (though the real proof will be a check of weight when back in Oz).
We did exactly this today, following the tour with some eating at a ...
... walked back down the hill, such a lovely pleasant walk, the city was a buzz by lunchtime with lots of traditionally dressed kids and ladies, lots of big family groups going out for lunch all dressed up.
We met up with Julie and Gareth and then left Granada around 2pm to drive back to La Cala which is about a 2 hour drive.