Hotel Castillo Lanjaron
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... or ? Back on the street we followed the high wall down to the Guadalquivir river and some of us went even over the Puente Romana to the Torre de la Calahorra. In the hotel-restaurant we were the sole guests and had a great service. The evening stroll along the wall of the Juderia took us to an open place with a lot of locals having there (late) dinner - for us it meant a brandy to digest all the days ...
... impressive place. The word Alhambra means "red castle" and this was an enormous Muslim palace/fortress built high upon the hill above Granada. It was built in the 1200s, but seems to have been added on to a number of times. In the 1400s, Muslims all over Spain were being evicted from their cities, and as the only stronghold left, Granada was teeming with displaced refugees. Alhambra was well thought out...water was diverted from the ...
... massage (with my choice of oil). The baths and especially the steam room were aromatic and very calming to breathe in. 8-pointed Arabic star cut outs in the ceiling let in limited natural light, keeping it nice and dim, but the best part was the silence, which I tried to mirror in my head. It was very difficult not to flinch during my massage because my back is so sore! But it was great. I exited feeling like an Arabian princess, calm, relaxed and oh ...
... with views of snow capped moountains and vistas down to the ocean and across to white villages.
Rode for 6+ hours to get to David and Chris's place. Greeted by a cold beer, then another and another. Lots of good conversation and stories around ...
... an Irish Pub - a hangover cure that is not always readily available in Spain. At night we spent 2 hours in a Moroccan Spa - filled with pools of different temperatures, low lighting and cups of 'authentic' peppermint tea - our greedy Scottish palettes trying desperately to re-hydrate and rid the poison from our bodies - thoroughly enjoyed seeing myself and Matteo in our overly tight €3 knock off Speedos procured from a Chinese ...