Hotel Finca el Cerrillo
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This was meant to be a walk up Malascamas, the highest point between Maroma and Cerro Puerto on the Axarquia Ridge. My guide book recommends an approach from the north, but that involves an extremely long drive to the starting point, so I've decised my own route from the Fabrica de la Luz, near Canillas de Albaida, on the southern side.
The literal meaning of Fabrica de la Luz is "Factory of Light" - it's one of a number ...
... Spaniards frequently order it at bars and restaurants. After dessert, we drank espressos. The dinner took three hours, but it was well worth it. It was delicious!! Our instructor is trying to plan another traditional Spanish dinner for the group in Madrid, but there are so many of us that it may not be possible. Usually our dinners with our host family are very ...
... 1091; извес
88;ия, Кадис, Херес и Малаг
72; были бы впере
Но не в этом суть.
... than a microwave. There better be a ******ned good look of awe on your faces right now.. try it, eyes slightly wider, mouth slightly opened, round it a little bit.. thats the look I was going for.
Ive got 10 days left in granada. 10. I dont believe it. I will attempt to write you something in spanish in my next blog, it might say something along the lines of: UNSW por que no te vas a tomar por el culo? pero en serio, si ...
... else's blog. Despite this, it was pretty spectacular and in our collective opinions well worth the hike/ten euro.
Outside of the Alhambra and the bars there isn't much else to report of Granada. It took a while to warm up to but in the end we both decided we liked the city. It wasn't as nice as Seville but it did have its own charm to it. Seville seemed to be a lot more historically preserved while Granada had a more modern day European feel to it. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking