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... that proved problematic so took a taxi. The bus ride from Motril to Granada took us through some lovely scenery. We wentthrough parts of the Sierra Nevada.
After over an hour we were in Granada. We were planning on visiting the Alhambra on
Monday morning but after having spoken to one of the Tourist Information officers we decided to give it a go in the afternoon (after lunch).
The Alhambra, the Alcazabra and the ...
... and massive bag with **** in it. We then have to beg for a high chair which usually arrives covered in some other kids gunk and so spend next 5 minutes disinfecting it with baby wipes. 2. All sit down, fight to get Lewis in clean high chair then give up fight and one of us leaves the table to follow him around whilst the other takes control of ordering. Other person then arrives back at table, first question being, " have you ordered?" If you haven't managed to ...
... little town to walk around in. We walk through its streets as well as explore a lovely little park at the edge of the village.
Next on our route is Orgiva where we drive up and down a number of streets but don't find it terribly appealing so we continue on.
We arrive in Pampaneira in time for a late (not for locals) lunch after a brief stroll down the main street to check out our options. We opt for a rooftop terrace with a good view of the valley and mountains. ...
I've had a (mostly) relaxing weekend. Friday night we went to another discoteca, Mae West. It was much nicer/cleaner/bigger than Granada 10, and had better music as well. Somehow, we all managed to wear clothing that matched. More in keeping with the Spanish tradition, we didn't get home until four in the morning. Fortunately, we had no plans for Saturday until dinner.
We went out to a place that specialized ...
... to it, we've got to leave the track and take the rough path leading towards the Puerto de Frigiliana. This goes more steeply uphill, passing an area of giant pine cones, before we branch off to the left, cross a stream and traverse the final stretch to the Venta.
It's a great spot for a lunch break, with a couple of terraced lawns just below the ruined building. It's also a great spot for taking photographs - something at which Jim is ...