Cuevas Abuelo Ventura Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... come to mind. The decoration of the palaces with mosaics, carvings and inscriptions was just amazing, as was their use of water to create ambiance and cooling. Ian and I went crazy with the cameras - taking over 400 shots between us. I put a few up on the blog, but had to be disciplined by only posting a handful. After the tour we walked back to the town centre, grabbed a bite to eat, had some gelato, looked in the shops and then visited the Granada Cathedral which is pretty ...
... inside to help extinguish the fire. A large wall of flame was seen to engulf him but he emerged moments later, with only his eyebrows singed. Many people saw this as a miraculous escape. After his release rom the Hospital, John set travelled to a town called Baeza, the home of St John of Avila. Here he spent time preparing spiritually for his future work. He then travelled onto Guadalupe where he acquired more nursing skills under the instruction of the Jeronymite ...
... I only live once right? Apparently, the men are very fond of blondes. It was good experience since I have always wanted to learn to salsa and other types of dancing. After the salsa bar, we headed to a discotecha. The one we went to last week was much more my speed as the men were not 18-20. They at least had a little more class than the boys last night. After dancing with one for 2 minutes MAX, I found myself being lead to a corner to which ...
... to the hotel from the Alhambra, but as I had to be ready for the Flamenco show in a short time, I decided to take a Taxi. That was undoubtedly a good decision as not only did it save time, but my back and legs were also bothering me somewhat. The ride back to Plaza Nueva only took about 10-15 minutes and I was back in the hotel very quickly.
I was down in the lobby at about 21:15, as I wanted to be a bit early. There were a group of newly ...
... kept going up and up and the higher we got the more ice and snow we started to see. Eventually we had to stop as the traffic had come to a standstill and we could see flashing lights ahead, so we turned around, found somewhere safe to park and took some photos of the nearby ski runs. If you look closely at the photos you can just about see the skiers – they look like ants!!
On the way back down we stopped off at a restaurant for lunch. We made ...