Hotel Castillo Lanjaron
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Travel Blogs from Lanjaron
... landing up in Granada without pre-booked tickets, waiting in enormous queues, only to be refused entry due to capacity restrictions. But our apprehensions were for nothing, as when we reahced Granada, we found out that tickets would be fairly easy to get at the venue itself as it was still not peak season. Phew!
A very early start and a steep hike up on our second day got us finally to the famous monument. We hadn't realised how spread out the palace really was. ...
... results. The drama of those spaces, the stories in each is stimulating.
Water features are omnipresent, most spaces have low bubbling fountains, these are designed for a cool refuge from intense summer heat. The walls appeared to be carved but are plastered ... with text principally repeating the primacy of Allah, and geometric designs. All of that was painted in detail in the past but most of the colour has gone now. It was amazing.
... and fewer tourist shops. We had a false start with the cathedral but went into a very beautiful church which was better than the cathedral as it turned out. It was not a tourist attraction and was a place of serious worship and I stopped G taking photos as he was alarming some old ladies.
We had dinner later at an awful place recommended by Rick Steves - he is sacked! I had issues all night from the "secret rolls", very stupid of ...
... 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 ...
... wait a second and he went and knocked on the window of a bus that was pulling out. He told us to run and that they were about to leave without us. We were SO close to missing the bus, it's a good thing I said to go out when we did! On the bus and 2 hours later, we were there. It was a little chilly and cloudy when we first got to Nerja so we decided to sit outside and eat before going down to the beach. Another great pizza and we walked down to the water. Nerja was a lot sandier ...