Hotel Corona Granamarb de Atarfe
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Saturday We had decided to make an early morning visit to get our compastela so we agreed to meet just before it opened and then have breakfast afterwards. When we got to the pilgrim's office there was a reasonable line already. Once the office opened the process was pretty quick. Had to confirm a few details and then complete some paperwork and then the compastela was handed to you. Yippee. Breakfast was a bit of a let down - a coffee and a croissant in a dark little cafe (was provided ...
... after to shop in the local tourist shop. Most of us bought a little saffron since this was the area where it is grown. Back on the bus we drove through miles of olive groves. This is one of the biggest olive oil producers in the world. Also a major grower of saffron. Nygil gave us a talk on the history of the area. You can tell he loves history and makes it understandable to us. He also pulled out a couple of bottles of ...
... which she thinks is better from both a flavor and health perspective. The chemist in me is skeptical, but I won't argue that on a hot day, Coke from that small glass bottle tastes outstanding.
After licking the last bits of food off her plate, Molly worries that the belly will migrate from me to her over the course of the summer. We really are eating our way across Spain and loving it. We are walking as much as we can, and we've managed to get a few runs in (she ...
... We topped the meal off with a nice slice of chocolate torte, and a dish of Crema Cantalano helado - a frozen custard version of the popular Cantalonian region's favorite dessert. We also had a couple of café con leches with it. ¡Muy delicioso!
We enjoyed a leisurely stroll back to the hotel, and relaxed the rest of the night, playing on our tablets, and journaling (this entry). What a GREAT DAY! Thank you, Lord!
Granada was our home for the month of April. It is a fairly small city with everything you want and yet not too much of it. The twisting streets of the Albaicyn and the breathtaking natural scenery kept us more than satisfied with our stay. Behind the apartment we rented through Airbnb, the Sierra Nevada national park stretches out from mountain to mountain, olive tree to pine forest, snaking trails sewing it together. It provided a ...