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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... within and upon the mountain landscape. It is a breathtaking palace when seen from an equal height across the valley. Imposing and serene, it must be one of my favourite structures. We signed up for a tour, joining a group for the first time. Well worth it. The Alhambra has 6000 visitors a day, is incredibly busy, and we were well shepherded and informed by our guide. It would have been difficult to make sense of so large a complex without her. Everyone else in our group was ...
A story from Ira about our trip- When we spent three nights at the Juhaz's. I had a great time. The 3 kids all spoke pretty good english. It as fun to talk to them and learn a little Portugese. The people here are different because they all talk very loud and all at the same time and it is funnier from our view because we cannot understand them, and we are not used to talking over one another. It seems that they are all mad at each ...
Had a great bike ride today along the Via Verde de la Subbetica (rail trail bike ride), beautiful sunny day, no wind - perfect. It was a gentle incline for about 10 kms up to Dońa Mencia where we had a nice lunch. We then coasted back down through Zuheros to our apartamentos rurales. Later in the afternoon we went for a very scenic drive up on the mountain above Zuheros - great views of Zuheros, it's gorge and the wide valley ...
Had a beautiful drive through the Parque Naturale de la Sierra Norte de Sevilla and then across some rich farming land, oranges, stone fruits and a heap of olives - actually the last part of our drive to Zuheros today was along the Autovia del Olivar - rolling hills then mountains covered in olives, very scenic. Tonight we are at Los Castillaros Apartamentos Rurales just outside of Zuheros, a little town clinging to the side of a mountain, ...
... was something in roughly the right location called the Sierra Horconera. But there wasn't that much information - the range only merits 4 pages in a 300 page book and there is only one vaguely-described route. But it gave me the name of the highest peak in the range, La Tinosa, and a bit of searching on the web produced a picture and a few more details of a route up it.
So it was an early start from Frigiliana to find, first of all, the village ...