Barcelo La Bobadilla
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
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... is famous since the times of Moorish occupation for its olives and almonds. Standing on the hill overlooking the valley and across Lake Viñuela to the Mediterranean Sea are the remnants of an old castle, crumbled into disrepair with only a section of wall and turrets left standing.
It is here, overlooking this scene, that we sit and take our meals or an afternoon cocktail, listen to the birds busy themselves with their spring chores and the constant cluck and ...
... home croissants, rabbit
sausages and little quiches for breakfast). In the afternoon caught up on laundry while Don walked over to Les Invalides to have a look at the museum where Napolean was laid to rest.
Saturday was another wet one so we thought an indoor activity was appropriate. We took the Metro to the Galleries Lafayette flagship store, a 10 story upmarket department store with a second home store across ...
... the distance just above the town of Cómpeta. It resembled one of the small bonfires the farmers seem to light from time to time so we thought nothing of it. Following a lunch of tapas and a couple of beers in the square we returned for a well earned siesta. Unfortunately the scene from the balcony was not particularly conducive to relaxation. Alarmingly the bushfire had really taken hold. There was a huge cloud of black ...
... often carried one. Even as John became more and more important in Granada he was never without this humble carry-all. John would tirelessly walk the streets of the city as a humble beggar collecting wood, food and money to put to good use for the many people in his loving care. As he went about his service he would call out, in Spanish, words which roughly translate as “Brothers and Sisters do good for yourself by doing good for ...
... there is a small open air market along the stream, and a lovely picturesque 16th century bridge, which makes for a nice stroll while to pick which restaurant to dine in. We did in fact see trout in the stream jus a few hundred metres from the bridge.
We chose Meson Alazor, as recommended by Aunty Sue. It was heaving, with lots of local large ...