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... team are also staying at your hotel. Their fans make it a gauntlet to the reception. And that is after you've made it to that revolving door. 4.30pm however "we apologise but the president of the fc is still using your room madam!" The room with a balcony and view turns out to be two windows with view only while lying on the bed. Standing up I'm too tall. A grumpy man who only wants to watch the rugby semi final. It is the All Blacks v Sth Africa after all. This is Granada ...
... with 10 Klms to go, we decided to break for a coffee (and give the van a breather),.. at the only roadside bar / restaurant we had seen for some time (during the climb). As we headed into the bar,.. 4 other travellers sitting at an outside table,.. who had seen our Aussie sticker on the front of the van,.. claimed us. They were also from Australia,.. from Newcastle,... and were here to participate in a mountain bike ride somewhere near Ronda. They were 2 couples,.. in their ...
... most romantic and impossible to reach, how its residents ever made it up there remained a mystery as we couldn't see a path at all.
Form Orgiva we went to Estepona, about two hours south and on the coast, its old town was lined with many coloured pots filled with geraniums, bourgonvillea was all around, exotic palms and ferns overflowing in plots all around the hilly whitewashed streets. The beach and promenade was wide and curving, with the modern town ...
... but Granada is one where it seems a consistent offering comes with every request).
I returned to find J refreshed (and partially recovered from her fear of travelling by Segway ) and we headed off for a wander (albeit slowed by the many shopping opportunities in this bustling myriad of laneways lined with shops selling everything and anything) and were able to track down one of the many venues in town offering a flamenco experience.
I get the impression ...
... cost 5 Euro.
We stopped at Loja for a coffee which was well priced only cost 4.80 Euro for the 4 coffees, and the best coffee we have had since being away, along with a lovely view. We stopped for a great photo of a church/monestry.
Arrived in Granada and checked into our hotel. "Hotel Basilios which is an ancient Monastery built in 1616. The rooms were modern though, but the hallways ...