Barcelo La Bobadilla
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... in a nearby cave… but no one’s been able to find it… up another alley there’s a multi-storey noisy schoolbuilding slapped on the side of the steep hill, bursting with life. Up another alley, men are busy at work installing pipes or something and resurfacing it… it’s great to see a place so old and yet so very much alive. 1270. One Bird Zoo (Spain 074) El Borge, June 21, 2012, Day 101 2 hours, 4.0 kms After Almachar, I decide to ...
... within and upon the mountain landscape. It is a breathtaking palace when seen from an equal height across the valley. Imposing and serene, it must be one of my favourite structures. We signed up for a tour, joining a group for the first time. Well worth it. The Alhambra has 6000 visitors a day, is incredibly busy, and we were well shepherded and informed by our guide. It would have been difficult to make sense of so large a complex without her. Everyone else in our group was ...
... and a multi coloured fan. Such fun! It is impossible to describe the Alhambra, so you either have to visit the place yourself or look it up. On Wikipedia these days probably! Having walked around the palaces, gardens and other structures for some 3 1/2 hours we then walked down into Granada for a tapas lunch, following which we visited the cathedral which is vast. A cab back to the hotel gave us a few hours ...
... to move the bus. We are congratulating ourselves now on not moving camping grounds. We will still have to move to empty the sewage but only once a week.
Although the weather is cooler than the coast and it threatened rain, we went to Rute on Friday 17th. As so often happens, we didn’t leave until late. We drove first to Fuente de Piedra to the tourist office, which had a brochure about the ...
... 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 ...