Hotel Los Berchules
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... cold and a very nice Gualchos resident and part-time English expatriate offered us a ride home which we very gratefully accepted.
The photos attached are beautiful almond orchards from our hike.
- Monica [edited by ojo]
Granada is about the size of Victoria and a little bit older....about 1200 years or so! It is has a dramatic setting at the base of a mountain range. This location makes for comfortable temperatures, averaging 20-24 C in the fall. Today we have another above temperature day, sunny and 29 degrees. Granada has a very colourful history. It was the centre of the Moorish kingdom in Spain. The Moors were Islamic people that came from northern Africa and ruled the southern region ...
... back to our meeting place. We knew that we would be staying the night on the outskirts of Rhonda at a farmhouse style hotel. We were not prepared for this incredible place! The hotel looks like a hacienda. The rooms are spacious and quaint. The bathroom is great and we have a little patio with table and chairs. After checking in we went exploring the grounds. There is an amazing garden with fountains. And such. Then we found the pool! It looks so ...
... situations (which was greatly stimulated by our shopping excursions). There is great food in Spain. Tapas! A feast of little food (size not quantity). Where else would you have one of everything on the menu and still go back for seconds. Is it any wonder I'm putting on weigh. There is also the drinks, sangria, mojito and Kalimotoxo (As i mentioned, Red wine & coke make a surprisingly delicious combination). If you are looking for your next holiday destination, may I recommend Spain ...
... and just do drinks and tapas. The drink I have favored is Tinto del Verano. It is red wine mixed with lemon soda, or rather lemon Fanta like soda. It's delicious but its full of sugar and I'm not used to drinking wine so it generally has a quick effect on me. I have also taken a liking to white wine. Definitely won't continue to make it a regular thing, but a good one will probably be enjoyed from time to ...