Hotel Fuerte Grazalema
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Travel Blogs from Grazalema
... the trails are protected. The people who ran our hotel gave us a guide book and recommended their favorite hike to us that we could jump on without hiring a guide. The guide book was written in Spanish originally and poorly translated into English and we might've also miscalculated kilometers vs. miles...either way it was an interesting hike. Easily one of our favorite hikes of all time, but a little sketchy in some places. ...
... Lunch was in a beautiful little white town called Zahara de la Sierra where I had a delicious tomato bread soup. Ken enjoyed his venison stew. Before lunch we walked up to the tower which was built in the 1400s. Spectacular views. Back in the bus (with a flat tyre) and on to Grazelama. Another beautiful white township where we'll spend the next couple of ...
... information about the waterfall and the surrounding hills and we nod in agreement and ask him our own set of questions which he is more than happy to answer. We thank him and set about our return journey back down to the village.When we arrive, the magnificent four are still sitting outside Sharron chewing the cud. This is obviously the pattern of their day. I take my camera outside again to photograph the van against the background of mountains and ...
... by a brief stop at Baelo Claudia where we inspect the Roman ruins there. They are basic yet with some splendid remains of a tiny town dating back to 2 BC. I do feel however that they could have been restored in a slightly more sympathetic way, somehow the concrete slabs and white stone chipping look hideously modern against the 2000 year old street remains.
* The Mike test is a standard we have used for years, set by our good friend Mike Gamble, who assesses ...
... a real awareness of landslides during or after heavy rain. Thankfully we arrive safe and sound and park Sharron next to the railway station which pleases John no end. When it stops raining, we take a stroll up the mountain through beautiful pine forests and muddy streams. We pass by a waterfall the colour of coffee from all the rain washing down the mud from the hillsides. Some new age hippies have set up a shack serving meals and offering overnight accommodation. We chat ...
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility