Cuevas Abuelo Ventura Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... on the inside throwing up clouds of orange dust. And when the road on the other side was clear, double overtaking occurred. When things settle down on the race for a space game, we got to look out at the scenery. Something that was interesting to see were a number of wedding reception tents, set up by the side of the road. An open marquee, beautifully decorated in bright colours, with some mats that the guest chairs are placed on. Incredible, when you ...
... we were in a small side chapel. Now the main cathedral is really big. Massive spending over several centuries paid-off with a really big building. We also visited an old building that was a centuries old caravanserai. (A market with a barn structure for bringing the Moorish camel caravans to town with trading goods). I don't think I've seen one those in the US. Dinner was in a Moroccan restaurant recommended by Rick Steve's in the old Moorish section of town. The owner is a ...
... and sat at the bar to order our coffee, tea and churros. The hot pudding like chocolate for dipping our churros was decadent and delicious. Most definetly not a treat to be devoured on a daily basis! Walking back to the hotel, we ducked into the church San Nicolas. It is a simple, community style church where a priest was waiting to hear confessions and a small number of people ...
... we could get into. We stopped, got buzzed in and toured the hillside garden, shady, terraced gardens with great views across the valley to the citadel. It was very peaceful. This part of the Albaycin has more space than lower down, the predominantly white domestic buildings are interspersed with monasteries and churches( after Reconquista all mosques were repurposed). We wove our way up, following the map closely as the area has a reputation of being a maze. We came to our destination, ...
... to swimming in the Mediterranean--although I've never stayed in the water of either for too long. The beaches were pristine. Except for the cigarette butts, everyone picked up their garbage. The sea was incredibly clear, and extremely cold. Both the beach at Nerja and the beach at Almuņecar were surrounded by cliffs, and the two towns were very beautiful, with Carmen-style houses climbing into the mountains. I don't think I'll be going to Palo again.