Cuevas Abuelo Jose
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... for a seat. The track is old French built and not very straight, with joins that do not quite link together. Next problem, it is a single track, so trains (well boards on two bogies) come in the opposite direction one has to give way. The villagers set the system up on disused rail tracks to transport themselves and goods. The two drivers decide, we have to get off while they take the deck off and leave by the side of the track along with two sets of wheels. The ...
After leaving Torremelinos we headed into the hills to visit the local town of Mijas.. A feature is that all the building have a stunning whitewash reminiscent of the Greek Islands but somehow unique situated here in the green hills above the Costa del Sol. This was a beautiful peaceful town packed with the most amazing array of local specialty handicraft, leather and jewellery shops. So early in the morning this took us by surprise and we weren't quite ready ...
... and could see everything but the person looking in couldn't see a thing, this was because of the positioning of the room. The light would be bright in the courtyard where the royals were looking but the inside where they were was very dark which meant if there was an intruder the royal could get away quick enough before being seen. The courtyard in this palace consisted of all white marble, there was a statue of white cats in the middle (made ...
... It took us about 4 hours to tour the grounds - a 'must do' in Granada.
3. Free tapa with your drink - Any cafe or bar (as long as it doesn't say 'restaurante' outside) in Granada will serve free tapa with a drink. So we capitalised and enjoyed a few 'copas' of Alhambra, The tapas are not massive - most probably some cheese and bread or some olives but something nonetheless.
We are very pleased we could fit Granada into our itinerary. Definitely worth a two day ...
... figure out next steps. Me, who in all seriousness had hugged some of my girlfriends goodbye with a look on my face that said ‘I am sorry I will never see you again because it is so obvious to me that I will never be coming back as I will end up living on an organic hippie commune in rural Portugal’, had snapped. I snapped from the food, the lodgings, the disparity between my imagined reality and actual reality and what did I do… got on ...