Hotel Corona Granamarb de Atarfe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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By sheer fluke we have scored a gem with our accommodation here in Granada. 'Carmen de la Alcubilla del Caracol' is located on one of the slopes of the Alhambra with views of the Vega and the Sierra Nevada. It is a typical Granadian 'carmen' of three storeys, converted into a privately owned hotel. It has only seven rooms and at the moment we have the house to ourselves. Our room is on ground floor with a patio covered ...
... The we set off for China Town. We got the MonoRail then it was a short walk. China Town was just like a Chinese Store, same old stuff. But one thing that made Sylvia's day a stall holder asked if the 'young' lady would like a handbag, I had to stop her buying three! It is different here from say London. People get up and offer their seats to us and everybody wants to know where you are from. At the end of China Town there is an Indian Temple. We arrived but it was closed until 4. ...
... have an issue with the hygiene of pool water at the best of times, I felt the lack of lighting meant you couldn't see the dampness - but you could smell it. I soon became bored with the lounging around in the pools - so I started doing water yoga. Not sure if it is a real thing but I did a number of yoga stretches and moves in the water. I was so pleased to see the therapist arrive. The massage went for 30 min - far too short - I could have done with another half an hour. I had dinner ...
... was. We stopped and spoke to the man and he was excited to head Logan speak Arabic so they carried on a short conversation. Afterward we continued our quest for lunch. We found a shop that served shwarmas, which was more Arab than most of the places we went in Morocco. Spain was very heavily influenced by Arabs historically so it wasn't surprising to see a lot of it all over but it was a little shocking to see more of it in current ...
... quite far considering how difficult it was, about 1.5 Kms. All the others who had made it this far were on skis. We had the place to ourselves with truly a magnificent view. Unfortunately my boots are not waterproof so my little toes started to get really cold. The temperature was about 3 degrees on the mountain, but the sun was out. It was a beautiful day. As we walked back my toes warmed up. It was just sitting and not moving which cooled them right down. Paul ...