Finca los Llanos
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There's a hint of spring in the Sierra Nevada - an impression I've derived from seeing some of the trees in blossom. And from the contrast between here and the UK where the rain has been pouring from leaden skies for weeks on end. Nothing of the sort here - it's a brilliantly clear sunny day, with temperatures much higher than we've a right to expect at an altitude of 1500m in February.
Andrew, Heather and I are heading for the Cortijo Las Tomas, directly up ...
... not led by a walker. She was generally good. A little unruly at times in terms of wanting to eat but control was kept. Amazing views of the long sunset. Saw the low fog lake covering Granada from where the air was clear and the sky blue. Mathias took us back to the city as darkness fell. Waited a little for Pete to get back from skiing. Dinner at a local tapas bar. Fewer photos from the phone today ...
On the bus, about to pick up the other group. Some of us are staying at 3-star hotels, and the others at 4-star places. I like to think of us as the steerage folks, similar
to the third class in Titanic. :) Actually, I like that we are picked up first, as we get better seats on the bus. And, our hotels so far have been in really great locations. The breakfast buffet at
NH Plaza de Armas was pretty fab – all kinds of ...
... tapas also !" This is also frowned upon and considered rude. Your free tapas plate will come, just be patient.
Jim and I have always enjoyed bar hopping in Melbourne, but with free nibbles on tap we think Granada might be our new favourite !!!
Having sampled the wares of the local hostelries it’s time to head to the Alhambra - magical, mystical, seductive… there is nothing we can really write about the Alhambra that hasn’t been ...
- Making plans for time after language-school IN PROGRESS
- Making University-decisions IN PROGRESS
So, did I do well or what?! The first weeks here were really lonely. And hot. The city seemed to be dead, no people, no nothing. Just great heat. I remember walking through town a lot, I think I almost know every corner now, that’s a good thing.
But, as stated, of course I ...